As part of championing development and healthy environment issues in Suhum an it enclave, the honourable MCE for Suhum Mrs Margaret Darko Darkwa has solve a worrying dumping site problem for the people of Amanhyia on Suhum -Koforidua road.
The refuse dumping site which have been there for about 120 years was so closer to the only school in the town and some houses which in effect posing pollution and other health challenges for the community.
The Chief and his elders were very pleased to see number developmental projects like school building going on in the town. He also applauded the hardworking MCE for extending the school feeding program to the Amanhyia M/A basic school.
The MCE in collaboration with Zoom lion Ghana limited has provided the people of Amanhyia a metallic dustbin for dumping of garbage in the vicinity.
The Assemblyman for the area was very thankful to the MCE for this gesture since it was a cry of the town to see garbage dumping site removed for quite long time now
Director of Communications NPP, Suhum
Obrempong-Nana Kwaku Ampomah is a native of Abompe in the Eastern Region and has lived in Anyinam and Asamang Tamfoe in Eastern Region and Kumasi, Ashanti Region, from 1996 to 2005, 2005 to 2015 and 2015 to date respectively. Since 2016, Obrempong-Nana has been a freelance journalist
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