According to the Municipal Chief Executive for Lawra in the Upper West Region, Prioritising development to benefit generations should be in the interest of all. Mr. Martin Bomba-ire stated this after commissioning the hygiene water facility at Babile Market.
"Let's prioritise the development of our communities for the interest of our generations, over individual gains and creating a permanent legacy for the sake of our children" this was among many brief statements the Hon MCE for Lawra made this afternoon to commission the Hygiene Water facility at Babile Market in the Lawra Municipality.
This is the second project commissioned for use within 3 days in the municipality to promote hygienic living conditions among the people especially the patrons of the market.
He enumerated some of the developmental projects that were brought to Babile under the leadership of Hon Anthony Karbo as MP and himself which have never happened in the history of the area. "We can't develop "If we don't appreciate and recognize the development agents" the MCE added.
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