Vulcanizer uses his own money to patch roads in community

Vulcanizer uses his own money to patch roads in community

A Ghana-based vulcanizer has won admiration from many people after news of his patriotic work hit social media.

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The vulcanizer, after realising that large potholes on the Wa to Kumasi highway in Ghana was an eyesore, decided to remedy the situation, Breifly.co.za found.

Using his own resources, the vulcanizer has started a project to patch up these potholes.

According to a Facebook post by W93.5FM, the man has managed to provide bags of cement, stones, and other materials to make concrete for filling the potholes.

Sharing photos of the man's work, W93.5FM wrote:

"A vulcanizer in the Wa Municipality has initiated a project to cover potholes along the Wa Kumasi road. The vulcanizer through his own initiative bought bags of cement, stones, water etc which they used to prepare concrete for the purpose."

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The vulcanizer's gesture has earned him massive praise from social media users.

This is quite commendable. It is refreshing to see a citizen taking steps in making his environment better rather than waiting on the government.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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