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Policemen with the help of civilians removing a stump from the road
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  Irate residents of Abeka Lapaz, a suburb of Accra on January 21, 2013 blocked the George Walker Highway after a car knocked a school girl and killed her instantly. The angry residents used stumps, cement blocks and stones to block road, creating a huge traffic jam from Lapaz to Achimota overhead bridge and also Lapaz to Kwashieman. The police had to fire warning shots to bring the situation under control. Three people were arrested in the process after series of confrontations with the police. Photos by David Andoh.  
 
           
 
 

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frimpong eric
Jan 25, 2013
6-12 GMT
we should rather find solutions and stop complaining.Ghana Highways Authority should rather find a quick solution to this problem of national concern.many lives are lost on this same road road from time to time and it needs urgent attention.
 
Abrewa Nana
Jan 21, 2013
20-30 GMT
Most times I do wonder if there are indeed leaders managing the country. Since this highway opened countless of Ghanaians have lost their lives and said leaders of the country have no brains to simply put barb wire around the highway in order to stop lazy and illiterate Ghanaians from crossing. If such project is costly you can pay Agya koo some money and advertise how dangerous it is to cross the road. Ghanafou koraa ad3n, nti mo nim nyansa, gye atem di de3!!
 
prisky
Jan 21, 2013
10-06 GMT
what a sad monday. may all those who have meet their untimely death rest in peace.
 

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