It was anticipated that the Nkwanta-Kpassa-Damanko road will be finished in 2013.
But twelve years later, with just 10 kilometers of the stretch asphalted, only 20% of the construction has been completed.
Due to the poor condition of their roads, daily travelers on the Nkwanta-Kpasa road on the Eastern Corridor continue to record their losses.
The situation nevertheless poses a danger to local development despite many complaints and threats made to authorities by locals and commuters.
Several areas have been shut off from the township for days as a result of an accident involving a freight railway carrying goods headed towards Accra.
Due to the rain, some of the route is unusable, and other trucks are stopped.
In an interview with Adom News, some drivers and visitors expressed their lack of faith in both the current and upcoming governments.
They said that despite being Ghana’s primary agricultural region, the region has received much too little attention.
If the roads are not restored, residents have threatened to skip the general elections in 2024.