25 Mar Ghanaian government allocates GH¢1 billion to improve road safety
The Government is dedicating GH¢1 billion to fix traffic lights, erect road signs and paint defaced road markings to improve road safety.
This part of the recommendation by the inter-ministerial committee set up by President Akufo-Addo last year to look into the increasing cases of carnages on the country’s roads.
The action takes place less than a week after a fatal bus accident on Ghana’s Kintampo Techiman road in Bono East region. More than 50 people were killed.
The committee also recommended that ¢6.5 million be allocated to the National Road Safety Commission for public education and training. Read More