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Afigya Kwabre South to set up Taskforce to Enforce Sanitation Bylaw 


The issue of Sanitation is one of the canker bordering on the country, as well as development in the various district, municipal and metropolitan Assemblies is concern.

In regards to that, the District Chief Executive (DCE) of Afigya Kwabre South Hon. Adu Poku Christian, has promised to set up a taskforce to enforce the Sanitation bylaws within the district, to be able to reduce high cost of taxpayers money used in fighting filth.

According to him, the Assembly is ready to collaborate with Zoomlion as recognized Sanitation company, in dealing with all source of filth hampering the development of the Assembly.

According to him, every year the Assembly spent huge amount of money from the common fund only on refuse collection, so if the people are playing their role as concern citizens, such money can be use for another developmental project that will benefit the majority of the people.

He added that ,anyone who violates the Assembly Sanitation bylaws shall be arrested and put before the law court for prosecution.

He therefore appealed to Ghanaians to recognize everyday as Sanitation day in other to support the Sanitation Campaign in preventing sickness and death.

He made this statement at the Kwabre West Development Forum, organized cleanup exercise off Kronum and Afrancho main road to clear weeds and painting the median for accident free Christmas project.

Source: Kwame Baffoe Agyekum/newslinegh.com

 

Exclusively Newslinegh

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