from Isaac Akwetey-Okunor
The challenge of acute water shortage that has become a nightmare for residents of Mpreaso and its environs in the Kwahu South District will soon be a thing of the past.
This follows frantic efforts by the District Chief Executive (DCE) of the area, Joseph Omari, to provide mechanised boreholes and some standpipes through a donor partner project.
Speaking to the Eastern File at his office over the weekend, the Kwahu South DCE hinted that the project, when executed, would go along way to ease the usual problems associated with water in the area.
On sanitation, he explained that in order to manage refuse and get the district rid of filth, the government had donated a brand new skip truck to the Assembly to augment the efforts of Zoomlion Company.
However, one thing worth mentioning is the construction of a new bridge connecting the capital, Mpraeso, to other parts of the districts such as New Obonron, Nketepa and its environs.
The construction of the bridge paves the way for the construction of the deplorable road networks leading to those communities.
Residents in the area have expressed appreciation for the sense of belongingness demonstrated by the DCE to improve their living conditions, since the terrible nature of the road had affected their farming activities over many years.