“We will demonstrate severely if the authorities do not come to complete the project,” one resident said.

Some of them, obviously frustrated, have threatened to prevent vehicular flow through the community as a sign of protest.

“We give them up to end of the month [May] to start work on the project or else we will block the road, no will vehicle cross…” a residennt said.

They are also displeased with the politics played with the project as they say “the project which started few months to the elections was a ploy to woo their vote” Maxwell told the Midday News Monday.

Ablekuma-South Member of Parliament, Oko Vanderpuye who was Accra Mayor when the project started in 2016 says he will liaise with the current Mayor to fix the problem.