□ Tollbooths in Ghana to be converted to public urinals
Ghana’s Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako Atta has disclosed that all tollbooths in the country will be converted to public urinals.
According to him, all tollbooths across Ghana will be used for another purpose since collection of road tolls has been abolished.
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The government is pushing to implement e-levy, a tax that will replace road tolls. Speaking to news outlets in the country, the minister revealed it has become very necessary to convert the abandoned structures to public urinals.
“We want to refurbish all tollbooth structures to provide proper and decent washrooms for the use of motorists so that we advise them to desist from that practice where sometimes, you see cars stopping on the highway and people getting down to wee-wee as we usually see” Mr. Kwasi Amoako Atta revealed.
The introduction of E-levy has caused public discourse among citizens.it is one of the taxes the NPP government has introduced that many Ghanaians are against.
Listen to Mr. Atta below (JoyFM)