Residents of Ngaabar in the Buka Community of Wa West District have bemoaned the difficulties they go through to access potable water for domestic purposes.
They said the community is large but depend on only one borehole for water. The resident raised the concerns in an interview with at the community during a visit to the community to ascertain some challenges affecting the lives of the people. According to them they spend valuable time at the borehole queueing for water which negatively affect their economic activities.
The Assembly Member for the Buka Electoral Area, Nicholas Gbara explained that access to water is a major challenge affecting the livelihood of the people at the Ngaabar community. He said it is part of his major priorities as an Assembly Member to help alleviate the water challenge the people are facing in the community.
The however called on the District chief Executive, Mr. Edward Labiir, the Lawmaker, Mr. Peter Lanchene Toobu and other NGO's to come to their aid.
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