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UW/R: Government Property Left to Rot[Photos]

A Public Park that serves as an avenue to hold important occasions has been left to the mercy of the weather in Wa, Upper West Region.

The roofing sheets have been ripped off and the development has depleted the national monument that hosts remains of some late dignitaries including Na Sidiki Bomi.

Few days back, a society serving political and humanitarian popular social media group in the Upper West Region and beyond SoMnet launched a social media campaign on FixWaStreetLightsNow to whom many from and across the political and regional terminals embraced and massively supported.

To some END, it was said to be an achievement when we were presented with series of responses from the the Municipal Assembly headed by Hon MCE Tahiru Issahaku Moomin and subsequently evidence of work in progress was seen around our streets and we were all happy and we praised the authorities in charge..

Is however unfortunate and unbelievable to realise that work has been stopped when majority of our streets are still dark, we therefore want to use this opportunity to ask the authorities in charge why?

Dear Regional Minister Dr. Bin Salih Hafiz and Hon. MCE Tahiru Moomin Issahaku, why has work stopped on our streetlights? 

Secondly, Across the country the state has built Jubilee Parks in our regions sometime in 2007.

We all know and have seen the purposes of these parks across the country, is however sad and unfortunate to see a generational leadership mishandling and neglecting these state monuments that the tax payers money has gone into.

Is sad to bring to public notice that the Upper West Region share of this national cake has been neglected for sometime now (2-3 years on) roofing been peeled off by wind living no shade at the centre.

We found this highly unfortunate and irresponsible of our leaders and again want to call on the authorities be, Hon. Regional Minister Dr. Hafiz Bin-Salih and Hon. Issahaku Moomin Tahiru(MCE) to wake up from sleep and respond to their responsibilities and serve our society.

To this end, we again call on the general public to as a matter of public interest take up a serious campaign to compel and draw our leaders attention to the need to practice good maintenance culture.

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Bin Salih Hafiz Tahiru Moomin Issahaku Upper West Region


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