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Nungua: Accra-Tema Beach Road closed for construction

Nungua: Accra-Tema Beach Road closed for construction

Nungua: Accra-Tema Beach Road closed for construction

Department of Urban Roads of the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly has announced that to the general public, particularly residents living around the Teshie-Nungua Estates that “First Junction” along the Accra-Tema Beach Road will be closed from Saturday 13th November 2021 to Sunday 12th December 2021 (1 month) to enable the Contractor working along the Beach Road to carry out drainage construction and utility relocation works.

Below is the statement:

NOTICE OF CLOSURE OF TESHIE NUNGUA ESTATES FIRST JUNCTION FOR CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

The Department of Urban Roads of the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly wishes to inform the general public, especially residents living around the Teshie-Nungua Estates that “First Junction” along the Accra-Tema Beach Road will be closed from Saturday 13th November 2021 to Sunday 12th December 2021 (1 month) to enable the Contractor working along the Beach Road to carry out drainage construction and utility relocation works.

Alternative routes for entry and exit of the Teshie Nungua Estates suggested are the 2nd Junction (A-Life), Teshe Tsuibleoo Junction (Mobil) and others.

Motorists are entreated to follow the directional signs that will be provided and to drive safely.

The Taxi Station at the Junction will continue to be operational during the period.

Any inconvenience caused is deeply regretted.

Source: africaneditors.com

Nungua: Accra-Tema Beach Road closed for construction

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