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This Storey Building Is A Trap To Kill People At Ashaley Botwe In Accra

This Storey Building Is A Trap To Kill People At Ashaley Botwe In Accra

This Storey Building Is A Trap To Kill People At Ashaley Botwe In Accra

Ghanaians are spilling out their genuine worries on the web following recordings and photographs that give a record of a dangerous structure which is under development at Ashaley Botwe in Accra.

These recordings and photographs give an exceptionally sorry record of a six story building which is being developed perilously close to a spot called ‘School Junction’ thus Accra.

These concerned people who might be living in nearness to what they portray as ‘death-trap’ building can in any case not comprehend why the specialists will permit such a development to be going on particularly when there have been ongoing reports of the breakdown of structures.

As per them, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) must move to stop the further development of this structure which looks extremely delicate and may implode in the blink of an eye after development is finished.

Amidst every one of these dissatisfactions, many accept there isn’t anything amiss with the structure with the clarification that development wouldn’t have started on it if the suitable specialists have not permitted it.

In a news update by Graphiconline.com, development takes a shot at the flawed structure have been stopped by the EPA and the temporary worker have been coordinated to leave the website and report himself to the proper specialists.

The Executive Director of the EPA, Mr Henry Kwabena Kokofu, who visited the task site Monday morning, [November 16, 2020] arranged that development work ought to promptly stop.

He said the EPA had not given a grant for the undertaking and was uncertain about whether different organizations with such duties have likewise given a license for it.

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