Drivers and commuters have expressed worry about the deplorable state of the roads making movement difficult in the area.
There were protests last year against government to fix the road network which resulted in a clash between police and residents.
Although government has since awarded the Fawoade to Kenyase stretch for construction and work is progressing steadily, residents there want government to fix the entire road network in the district.
They tell rawgist.com they are happy the Fawode-Kenyase stretch is being fix but complained that the other bad roads are equally killing their businesses.
The Kenyase-Antoa-Bonwire-Achiase road networks is among the busiest roads in the Kumasi metropolis and also prone to accident due to its deteriorating nature.
A resident shoe-maker, Nana Obour tells rawgist.com aside the potholes making the stretch impassable, its dusty nature impedes visibility and causes problems to commuters.
Students and workers who ply the roads daily complain of high cost of transportation and difficulties in reaching their destinations.