Angel TV cameras was able to capture the scenes from Western Region as one of Ghana's Austroturf which was constructed in October 2020 has finally turned in swimming pool for small children in Western Region after heavy rain. This is a total waste of resources from the government. This is to the fact that, the Government spent millions of Cedis to contract that Austroturf at Afia Jumah police station in Western Region.
The news from ANGEL TV stated that after the heavy rain, the whole field was covered with water of which nothing can be done. The water became stagnant just like a swimming at the exact location of the artificial astroturf. As a result of that, the children around the area have decided to bath in the water as it has currently become a swimming pool to them.
Looking at time that the said Austroturf was constructed, it is not even up to a year now. Currently all the resources that have been used to construct it have become waste and hence a serious burden on the Government to divert fund to reconstruct the Austroturf again for the people of western region.
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