An Assembly Member for Kundungu in the Wa East District of Upper West Region has called for a collective community responsibility towards reshaping community and eliminating Cholera and Malaria after several of such cases were recorded in the Community's CHPS compound.
Mr. Inusah Halidu Dumah organized some ladies and gentlemen in the community to weed around with cutlasses and hoes, the ladies gathered polythene bags and other waste products including baby diapers disposed off carelessly together and burnt them in order to keep the community clean.
The Assembly Man in a statement thanked his electorates and advocated for the act to continue.
Statement from Assembly Man
"I wish to thank the good people of Kundungu
for coming out massively for the general
clean up yesterday market day, most
especially to those help in the organization.
Kudos I hope it will be a monthly affair. "
Kundungu is located in Wa East Constituency of the Upper West Region, It was established in 2004 by the Ex president Kuffuor Administration.
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