Accra paves way in bid to map Ghana streets

Capital begins campaign to name its streets to make it easier to get around in nation where many roads are undesignated.

    Trying to move around Ghana is constant challenge in a country where few streets have names and even less are actually known.

    But with a new push to map the streets of Accra, the capital, it may become easier to get around.

    Al Jazeera's Ama Boateng reports from Accra.


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