Henry Quartey convenes a conference to discuss banning ‘Aboboyaa' from Accra roadways.

As part of the “Let’s make Accra work” agenda, Greater Accra Regional Minister Henry Quartey has engaged government officials within the capital to conclude consultations for a bye-law to enhance compliance with the Road Traffic Regulations (2012) LI 2180.

 Mr Henry Quartey since assuming office this year has embarked on an agenda to make Accra the cleanest city in West Africa.

In his quest, he has relocated onion sellers, livestock rearers and scrap dealers, and demolished the Agbogbloshie onion market.

According to

him, the second and third phases of the evacuation of traders from the Agbogbloshie Market and Old Fadama will commence in October this year.

Also, he has embarked on decongestion exercises in the Ayawaso Central Municipality to rid the locality of filth and demolish unauthorized structures.

Meanwhile, government, he says will soon establish a City Response Team to assist the security agencies to enforce bye-laws in various Metropolitan and Municipal Assemblies in the region.

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