June 20, 2024

Residents of Obrayeko-Awisem area, in the Assin Central Constituency of the Central Region have raised the alarm over the deplorable conditions of the roads in the area, saying the situation is becoming increasingly unbearable.

For the residents of Obrayeko, they are facing challenges of good drinking water following the moribund state of the boreholes that supply water to the towns and villages across the area.

Olivia said, “Lack of access to potable water is the cry of the people. She said, their situation is a sad one because they have a very rich man as their representative. A vociferous at such; a man who is always fighting for the vulnerable but cannot fight to make the life of the people of his constituents better’’.

‘The roads and projected started by the John Mahama led-administration has been abandoned making life uncomfortable for the people.

Fosu residents has called the attention of Assin Central Member of Parliament to the deplorable state of roads linking the communities to the District capital

While registering his frustration, a taxi driver who identified himself as Kwame lamented that Fosu accommodates the local government in Assin Central but could not be easily reached.

Fosu, have become old and inadequate in its capacity to meet the ever-increasing population and water demand.

Consequently, they have appealed to President Akufo-Addo to come to their aid by carrying out a wholesale rehabilitation of the roads to enhance the growth and development of the area.

The residents raised the alarm at via vox pop to press home their demands for construction of water system and the repairs of the roads across the constituency.

“It is no longer news that good drinking water and road network is pivotal to the development of any or nation.

They also underscored the importance of the District in the provision of agricultural produce, which, they said, had been hampered by bad roads across the area.

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