Residents of Bakuroteng/Bulitanga community in Lassie-Tuolu Electoral Area of the Wa West District have discredited the lack of water in the community.
In an interview at the community, residents explained that, the lack of water in the community forces residents to walk long distance to fetch water from a stream which is unwholesome for domestic use. Residents says, the situation posed a big challenge to them.
Residents also added that, they are living in darkness as the community has not been connected to the national grid. According to residents, the unavailability of electricity hinders the growth of the community. They said they are unable to communicate to other communities in times of emergency, especially, regarding health issues because they are unable to charge their mobile phones.
Wa West is Located in Upper West Region of Ghana and has Mr. Edward Labiir as its District Chief Executive and Rtd Peter Lanchene Toobu as it's Member of Parliament.
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