Police announce temporary traffic arrangement for Kamala Harris’ visit
The Police has announced the creation of temporary roadblocks and traffic arrangements in Accra and Cape Coast from 26th to 29th March 2023 as part of the security arrangements in connection with the official state visit to Ghana by Kamala Harris, the Vice President of the United States of America.
The following are the arrangements:
A. Sunday, 26th March 2023, Traffic Arrangements within Accra
Between the hours of midday and 4:00 pm, there will be intermittent roadblocks along the Liberation Road from the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) traffic intersection, through Opeibia, up to the National Theatre.
B. Monday 27th March 2023, Traffic Arrangements within Accra
Between the hours of 9:00 am to 9:00 pm, there will be intermittent roadblocks from the National Theatre, through the AU Roundabout to the Jubilee House, and from the Jubilee House to the Emmanuel Eye Clinic area at Shiashie.
There will also be intermittent roadblocks from the Ako Adjei Interchange through to the Labone Secondary School area and along the John Evans Atta Mills High Street and on to the Bukom Boxing Arena.
C. Tuesday, 28th March 2023, Traffic Arrangements Within Accra and Cape Coast
In Accra between the hours of 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, there will be intermittent roadblocks from the National Theatre, through the Ministries Traffic Intersection up to Castle Traffic Light at the Black Star Square.
In Cape Coast between midday to 6:00 pm, there will be intermittent roadblocks from the Robert Mensah Sports Stadium, through Bakano Road and Aminstimadzi Road to Omanhene’s Palace and from the Omanhene’s Place through Beach Road, up to the Cape Coast Castle.
D. Wednesday, 29th March 2023, Traffic Arrangements Within Accra
Between the hours of 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, there will be intermittent roadblocks from the National Theatre through the Jubilee House along the Liberation Road, up to the Pawpaw Street area in East Legon.
In light of the above traffic arrangements, motorists have been asked to cooperate with the Police and advised to use alternative routes wherever possible, to ensure effective traffic management.
This according to the police is a demonstration of our convivial hospitality in line with our tradition and culture towards our guests.
Police officers would also be detailed along the roads mentioned and at other vantage points to assist the public during the entire period.
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