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GWCL) has announced that it may close its plant in Tamale and its environs in the Northern Area.

The Ghana Water Organization Limited (GWCL) says it might close down its creation in Tamale and its environs in the Northern Area because of the forthcoming spillage of the Bagre dam.

In a public statement gave on Tuesday, September 20, it made sense of that the move is to safeguard its gear and establishments.

It said overabundance water from the spillage could influence these establishments.

"The executives of the Ghana Water Organization Restricted, (GWCL), Northern District, Tamale, second thoughts to report for the data of people in general and its treasured clients in the Tamale City and environs reference a correspondence got on the spillage of the Bagre Dam and Kompienga Dams, it very well might be constrained to close down creation for the security of its gear and establishments briefly

The water organization said any move over its greatest working feet will place its hardware in peril."Any activity past the greatest working feet places the water office in risk, which could prompt the whole breakdown and obliteration of its gear and establishments", the delivery further added.

The spillage of the Bagre dam from adjoining Burkina Faso is done every year to forestall any breakage of the dam's banks.

This exercise brings about flooding in low-lying networks, obliteration of harvests, animals and at times loss of lives in Burkina Faso and Ghana.

35 networks along the White Volta in the Bawku Region, Bawku West, Garu, Binduri, Nabdam and Talensi locale are the hard-hit regions.Throughout the long term, a few homes, farmlands and properties have been obliterated by floods and delivered hundreds destitute.

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