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Wiaga Central appeals for potable drinking water

2012-01-04 21:04:27
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Water Shortage
Residents of Wiaga Central Electoral area in the Builsa District are appealing to government to as a matter of urgency; come to their aid by providing the area with potable water.

The area has for several years not had good roads and portable drinking water, an unfortunate development that has affected the social life of the people.

The absence of portable water has created a situation where the residents have to walk about 3 kilometers to get water for their basic use and for their farming activities.

The poor state of the roads in the area have made traveling on those stretch of roads an unpleasant experience as cars are not able to ply it and has resulted in residents having to walk over 6 miles to get to town.

The communities affected are, Kom, Kpamdama, Chindasa, Chintisa, Napolinsa, and Asasiayeri.

Speaking in an interview with the assemblyman for the area, Hon. Agoajaab A. Samuel stated that several appeals made to the government to provide a Dam for the area has fallen on deaf ears as government is yet to act.

He also appealed to government and benevolent organizations to come to the aid of the community, saying that a Dam and motorable roads will go a long way to boost the farming activities in the community and also improve the living conditions of the people.


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