Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has given an indication of the Akufo-Addo government’s readiness to massively invest in roads in 2019.

He gave meaning to the indication by listing an extensive array of roads pencilled for construction or reconstruction for the year.

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According to him, the government is committed to embarking on an integrated infrastructural development programme that will move goods, food items and people from one location to another and will create jobs and prosperity and ensure value for money for Ghana.

Below, reproduces the roads as slated by him for your perusal but as you scan through with bated breath to find your road, be assured that we will be ready to compile your comments for publication if you do leave them here.

All you have to do is to tell us your stretch of road that has failed to find favour in the 2019 budget.

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Find the list of roads as stated by Mr Ofori Atta below:

Roads and infrastructure Projects for the Ashanti Region:

Ahiankwanta – Obuasi

Datano – Ahokwaa – Suhenso

Nyinahene – Awisesu

Nyinahene – Kyekyewere

Okomfo Anokye – Abuakwa

Suame Interchange

Oforikrom Interchange

Manhyia Sub – Metro

Suame Sub – Metro

Roads and infrastructure Projects for the Ashanti Region (Continued) :

Tafo Pankrono Sub – Metro

Asokwa Sub – Metro

Kwadaso Sub – Metro

Oforikrom Sub – Metro

Subin Sub – Metro

Nhyiaeso Sub – Metro

Bantama Sub – Metro

Mampong Inner City Roads

Roads and infrastructure Projects for the Brong Ahafo Region:

Atebubu – Kwamedanso – Kojokrom – Riverside

Sunyani Inner Ring Road

Sunyani Inner City Roads

Tepa Bomaa – Yamfo

Berekum Inner City Roads

Duayaw – Nkwanta

Odumasi – Seikwa Nkwanta

Bediako – Kasapi – Camp 15

Roads and infrastructure Projects for Eastern Region:

Kwabeng – Abomosu – Asuom

Kwabeng – Akropong

New Abirem-Ofoase-Akim Oda

Akyem – Ankaase town Roads

Akyem Fremponso

Mampong – Kofiase

Anwiankwanta – Obuasi


Koforidua Interchange

Akroso – Asamankese

Roads and infrastructure Projects for Western Region:

Prestea Inner City Roads Benchema – Adwofia Asankragua – Agona – Sefwi Bekwai

Roads and infrastructure Projects for Central Region:

Awakrom-Amisano(Ekumfi) Apawusika Road and Links Agona Swedru Inner City Roads Ankamu – Achiase – Swedru Swedru – Bawjiase – Adeiso Other Selected Cape Coast Inner City Roads

Roads and infrastructure Projects for Northern Region:

Tamale Interchange Nalerigu – Bunkpurugu Road Tamale – Salaga – Bimbilla Yendi – Tatale Karaga – Gushegu

Roads and infrastructure Projects for Upper West Region:

Lawra – Han – Tumu Lawra – Dikpe Bridge Road Projects for Upper East Region Tutulega-Sandema – Wiase Navrongo – Naga

Roads and infrastructure Projects for Volta Region:

Jasikan-Dodo Pepesu-Nkwanta Have-Hohoe Hohoe Inner City Roads

Roads and infrastructure Projects for Greater Accra Region:

Taifa – Burkina – Nkatia Burger – Dome – Kwabenya Mosque

Christo Asafo Area Roads-Taifa

Pure Water Roads and Links – Kwabenya

Fan Milk Area Road – Anyaa

Adu Gyamfi Road – Anyaa

Selected Roads in Anyaa

Road Projects for Greater Accra Region:

Apostle Sarfo Onyinase Road

Pentecost University Road

Omanjor to Olebu Road

Abease Road to Ablekuma

A-lang Area Road-Sowotuom Race Course Medical Centre Road

Selected Roads in Gbawe

Nanakrom – Santeo Ashaiman Road

Road Projects for Greater Accra Region:

Adenta-Dodowa Road (Dualisation)

Ofankor Hospital Link Road

Abensu Afiama Taxi Road (Trobu)

Israel Junction Sound Foundation-Blue Gate and Yeboah Street-Nii Ankraman (Trobu-Amasaman)

Government, in partnership with the private sector through PPP arrangements, will undertake various projects including Accra–Takoradi.

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Highway Dualisation, Accra–Tema Motorway and Accra – Kumasi Highway Dualisation.


  1. I’ve been wondering why the government has left out the Kintampo- Bamboi and Kintampo-Busuama roads. It’s like we’re not Ghanaians. These roads have been in bad state for over 20 years and nothing is being done about it..Smh…Meanwhile most of the foodstuffs in the country come from these areas. We will advise ourselves and you will hear from us.

  2. I can’t find our road which is in bad state for sometime now. Kasoa interchange through Liberia camp and it’s surrounding areas. Thanks

  3. Am from Upper West and I will comment on my region. The roads from Jirapa – Nandom – Hamile, Fian – Bussie – Han, Fian – Issa – Kojokperi – Funsi – Tumu, Wa – Nakori – Vieri – Wichiau. Funsi as the district capital of Wa East was created in 2006 as well as Wichiau, the district capital of Wa West was also created the same year. In 2012 Nandom D/A and Issa district capital of DBI district assembly were also created. Apart from Nandom, none of the above has a tarred road linking up any major road in the region. Wichiau has it’s township roads tarred but not linking up with any major road. Issa and Funsi are worst off. From Fian through Issa to Funsi, the road network is terrible.
    Now a question is asked, if Districts in Ghana still struggling to get better roads how much a Region which is newly created.
    Politicians must always plan better for the development of this country.

  4. What at all have we done wrong to the npp government to warrant this hardship people of Western region. Cocoa prices has remained the same since the npp took over and to add salt on injury only Prestea, Asankragwaa – Sewi-bekwai roads were mentioned leaving about 99.9% of our bad roads out of the 2019 budget. How do we convey our goods from the villages to the market centers.? The people of Western region are highly disappointed in 2019 budget, God save us.

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