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Roads closed for Kejetia- Central Market Redevelopment re-opens on Dec. 16

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The roads which were closed for the Kejetia-Central Market Redevelopment project last year will be opened to traffic on Sunday, the 16th of this month.
The roads to be opened are those linking Kejetia to Dr. Mensah, Pampaso to Okomfo Anokye Teaching Hospital roundabout and Kejetia to Suame roundabout.
A statement from the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly said the directive is to help ease human and vehicular traffic in the city as the Christmas festivities approach.
Subsequently, the Assembly cautions all those selling on the pavements and on the streets along these stretch of roads, to stop and rather relocate to the Race Course, Nana Afia Kobi Market or any other satellite market in the Kumasi metropolis, latest by close of today.
The statement said motorists who will be plying these roads are also advised to drive with care, as the Police Motor Transport and Traffic Directorate will be on the road on a daily basis, to direct traffic.
It cautioned that the opening of the roads should not be misconstrued to mean the official opening of the Kejetia Market Project.

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