According to the Minister, the move is to ensure the cessation of the practice whereby commuters and drivers ease themselves by the roadside.

The Minister made this revelation after officials of the National Roads Safety Authority (NRSA) appealed to the Ministry to remove the various tollbooths if government has no alternate use for them.

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Interacting with the media after the meeting with the NRSA officials, Mr Amoako-Attah explained that it is also to address the washroom deficit on the various highways in the country.

He said,  “The government will refurbish all those tollbooth structures to provide proper and decent washrooms, for use by motorists. So that we advise them to desist from the practice that you see, that at times cars stopping indiscriminately on the highway and people getting out, to wee-wee as we usually say it.

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“You see men on the left and women on the right [urinating] look, it’s all indecent, it’s not a good practice.”