A majority of respondents, who took part in a poll conducted by GhanaWeb, are calling for the reopening of Ghana’s land and sea borders to traffic.This comes after government allowed for the reopening of Ghana’s air borders to international traffic in the wake of the coronavirus induced closures and restrictions placed earlier in March this year.
The results from the poll which was conducted between August 31 to September 3, 2020 showed, 57.76% of respondents represented by 1,667 votes called for land and sea borders to be opened.
While some 26.21% of respondents represented by 755 votes indicated they were not in favour of the reopening.
Also, some 16.04% of respondents from the poll on their part called for a delayed in the reopening.
Meanwhile, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has allowed for the reopening of Ghana’s air borders to international traffic effective September, 1 2020.
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