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Naa Ashorkor shares harrowing experience on the Tema motorway; joins the call to fix it

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Celebrated Ghanaian media personality and actress, Nisirine Naa Ashorkor Mensah-Doku, popularly known in the media and showbiz fraternity as Naa Ashorkor, has shared a harrowing experience on the Tema-motorway that left her shaken.

In a candid revelation on TV3’s New Day show during a discussion about the deplorable state of the Accra-Tema motorway road, the multiple award-winning actress disclosed that she fell victim to a robbery the very first time she used the Accra-Tema Motorway, shedding light on a concerning issue that affects many commuters and drivers.

According to her, she was robbed together with another family, specifically an Egyptian family hence her decision never to use the route again.

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In the words of the media personality, “Every time I use the motorway, I am scared. The first time I used the motorway in my life, I was robbed on the motorway. I was coming from Akosombo, I was with a family, I think they were an Egyptian family. And we were robbed on the motorway. So I decided I was not going to use the motorway again,”

Read also: “About Time”- Sarkodie joins FixTheTemaMotorway campaign on Twitter

Naa Ashokor further indicated that she resorted to prayer when she found herself using the road again. While expressing concern for those who ply the road every day, she called on the government to do something about the situation. Her comments join other voices including that of Ghanaian rapper, Sarkodie, that have called on the government to commence repairs on the Accra-Tema motorway as it has been long due.

“Fast forward to some time in 2014, I went back to using a motorway because I had to go to PramPram. And every time I hit the road, I pray. When I tell you, I say Psalm 23 and the Lord’s Prayer the whole time. I’m not joking. It’s a scary experience, and it’s gotten worse now, I don’t know how people who come from Tema to Accra are able to do this every day. It must be very difficult. Clearly, The road is bad now. The tollbooths have made it even so much worse, and we’re calling on the government to do something about it now,” she emphasized.

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