The people of the Nkwanta North District in the newly created Oti Region have applauded the incumbent government over the new development of their roads which were in a deplorable state especially on the Krachi Nchumuru stretch of the road.
The section of the road, which connects the southern part of the country to the north and neighbouring Burkina Faso, which was in a bad state had residents worried especially on their health.
The dust which engulfs the atmosphere when vehicles ply the road makes vision difficult beyond 100 meters and negatively affects the daily lives of the people, particularly those living along the road.
Apart from the potholes that have inundated the road, the heavy vehicles that ply it leave towns such as Bonakye, Kpassa, Sibi and Damanko engulfed in dust.
After a visit by Net2 TV to the Nkwanta North and South districts over the weekend, it can confirm that work has commenced on the reshaping and revamping of the road
Meanwhile, the Nkwanta North District Assembly has suspended the regular watering of Kpassa town roads, a measure that was meant to contain the dust.
The District Chief Executive (DCE), Akwasi Appiah, in an interview with Net2 TV expressed appreciation to President Nana Addo for coming to their aid.