Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem’s ‘My Road, My Vote,’ campaign team on Monday visited the Ashanti and Bono regions.

The road campaign took Nhyira FM’s Awuku Malik to roads at Anloga junction, Esereso, Atonsu, Kuntanase, Trabuom and Trede and Twedie in the Atwima Kwanwoma district within the Ashanti region enclave.

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Reporting from the region, Malik explained that while some roads were being rehabilitated, other roads had deteriorated making them impassable.

According to him, the Anloga junction to Aboabo road, which used to be an accident prone area, has been given a facelift which is reducing pedestrian knock downs and vehicular accidents.

Adom FM’s Bono Regional Correspondent, Christian Ofori, popularly known as Koo Fori, reported that the Sampa-gyene, New Dormaa and Banda roads become dusty when it’s sunny and muddy in rainy seasons.

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Koo Fori explained the area is yet to witness any road construction despite promises of roads construction from the government. He added that checks at the Sunyani Hospital revealed the nature of roads had become health hazards to residents and hospital patients.

The road campaign, which is not targeted at just this government, is meant to initiate a comprehensive conversation among governments, road contractors, engineers, consultants and road users in Ghana.