REMEMBER YOUR BASIC SCHOOLS TO CREATE FUTURE LEADERS __MISS RITA.
An aspiring assembly member for Asenema–Kurutiase electoral area under okre district of Eastern region Miss Rita Sablah has come out that, our leaders should go back to their basic schools and rebuild it so that the upcoming generation will also be somebody in future as they are.
Miss Rita said, most of the leaders and most prominent people’s in Ghana here, some are from local basic school especially those from community like 14 miles, Camp, Adukurum Nanse, Nyense Every, Awukugua Nyanse and other small communities in her electoral area are lacking a lot of teaching and learning materials, proper drinking water, feeding problem and many more. She said, she is ready to help her local basic schools especially her formal school.
Miss Rita further promise her people to vote for her so that the farmers and the market women will enjoy their work. She said the farmers in the area are having problems on their market, so she will make sure that it will be solve for them. She said the youth are unemployed so if they vote for her a youth she will make sure that they will have something to do.
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The Techiman municipal NADMO Director Mr Eric Asiedu has said that the Tano river is not yet safe for domestic purposes hence Farmers around Tanoso, Akomadan,Bechem enclave should desist from using the water there for other domestic purposes.
Speaking to journalists in Techiman three days after a cargo truck with registration AH 1197 BF loaded with 900 pieces of Sulphuric acid used for mining from Tema harbour heading to Burkina fell in the Tanoso river on Monday 12/01/2020 killing variety of aquatic animals in the river hence calling for a red alert by EPA,FIRE SERVICE, POLICE, MINISTERY OF HEALTH,GHANA WATER led by NADMO in which they were able to retrieve all the items from the river with 126 broken ones with 774 in good shape.
Mr Asiedu added that the owner of the cargo truck Mr Patrick Kabore was at the scene to accertain the cost of damage.
He finally urged farmers and residents to adhere to the directives of NADMO and their partners for advice by not drinking or using the said water for any domestic purposes until a further advice.