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General News of Sunday, 29 March 2020


Eyes on the Ground: Awudome-Circle area, hours before lockdown

The stretch had very little activity, and no vehicular traffic play videoThe stretch had very little activity, and no vehicular traffic

Ghanaweb's cameras captured the atmosphere around the Awudome-Circle area, to tell the mood in that part of the capital, some hours before the President, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo's orders for a partial lockdown to take effect.

There were fewer cars on the stretch, and the route around the Royal House Chapel which usually will have quite a number of people on a Sunday, had virtually nobody.

At circle, which is a usually very busy place, the place looked almost deserted also. Though there was little activity, and vehicular movement, the place was relatively free compared to a typical day at the Kwame Nkrumah Circle interchange.

Here's what the Awudome-Circle area looked like Sunday morning before the partial lockdown takes effect.

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