Kasoa interchange should be named after me – Kasoa chief
The Paramount chief of Odupong Ofakor in the Central Region has made a passionate appeal to the government to name the Kasoa interchange which is nearing completion after him.
The chief was speaking when the Vice President Kwesi Amissah Arthur called on him during his tour to the Central region.
Neenyi Aworshie Tetteh Odupong explained that he was making the request because he felt the interchange will be the best legacy to leave his subjects after over 50 years of his reign.
He said the Circle interchange in Accra and therefore can be claimed by the Gas and their chiefs; hence the appeal for the Kasoa interchange to be named after him since it is in his jurisdiction.
The Vice President promised the chief that he will convey his appeal to the appropriate stakeholders for consideration.
He also encouraged them to vote for the NDC to continue developing Kasoa and Ghana in general.
The Kasoa interchange which is expected to be completed by end of 2016 was started in 2015. This is to ease the traffic in the area.