PHOTOS: Health workers, Students stranded as Taxi Drivers block Fijai- Effia Nkwanta road

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19702132_1389163937832734_6601924245711702663_n 19731862_1389163984499396_1451045848098768027_n 19732232_1389163867832741_917043424853490021_nDoctors, Nurses, other workers, patients and many students have been left stranded following road block by Taxi drivers who ply the Fijai-Effia Nkwanta Dual Carriage.

The road in question is currently being rehabilitated by Asabea Construction. The contractor is currently working on one half of the road and complete before tackle the other half but the drivers claim the other half of the road left to them to use has become impassable hence their action.

Health workers and many commuters have been left stranded as a result.

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