Thousands of Teshie residents today massed up in the area to protest the deplorable state of their roads.
Teshie, a vibrant community located in Accra, has been grappling with severe deterioration of their town roads.
The state of these roads has triggered concerns among commuters who lament the negative impact it has on their daily lives.
The residents holding placards called for one thing, the rehabilitation of their roads which is causing more harm than good.
The protesters said potholes have now become like galamsey sites, destroying their cars.
The residents are demanding a fair share of the national cake.
Meanwhile, the Ledzokuku Municipal Assembly has announced the immediate commencement of rehabilitation works on several inner roads in the Teshie township.
The Assembly says the inner roads at Tsuibleoo, LEKMA to Adjorman roundabout, Fertilizer Road, and King Kortey Road will be rehabilitated immediately.
The Assembly also disclosed its commitment to address the poor conditions of the inner roads in Greda Estates, Teshie.
Laskala, and the entire Coffee Street after the initial rehabilitation projects are completed.