Chief Appeals To Government To Reverse Closure Of Toll Booths


The Zongo Chief of Kpobiman-Kutunse, Alhaji Sarki Sulemana Amadu I, has appealed to the government through the Ministry of Roads and Highways to reverse the closure of the various toll booths across the Country.


According to him, the closure of the Kpobiman toll booth has rendered some youth of the community unemployed and appealed to the government to as a matter of urgency look into the issue to rescind its decision about the situation for their lives to improve.

Speaking in an interview with on the sideline of the Eid-ul-Adha at Kpobiman in the Ga West Municipality, Alhaji Sarki Sulemana Amadu I, noted that the situation had worsened, stressing that the youth now struggle to meet basic needs, including food and utility bills adding that government to act now to bring relative comfort back to their homes.

Torching on the youth development agenda Alhaji Sarki Sulemana Amadu I, said he has been able to transform some of them to better their lives while some are undergoing skill training.

Asked how he was going to do it, he said he is going to sit them down and advise them and if that fails, he will then collaborate with the security forces to enforce the laws.

His dealings with the youth over the years tell him that when you approach them with advice and support, they would cooperate.

Alhaji Sarki Sulemana Amadu I, outlined several approaches to develop the youth and their potential. One of these includes the youth skill center and scholarships for the needy but brilliant Zango youth who wish to further their education.

He used the occasion to urge the people of Accra to celebrate this year’s Homowo in peace which according to him, the city of Accra had enjoyed peace over the years and would want to celebrate this year’s Homowo devoid of any public disturbances.



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