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U/W: Poor Network in Upper West Forces Census Officers to Climb Trees

Some Population and housing census officers have begun climbing trees to track GPS locations and network amidst counting the populace in Upper West Region.

The Census will continue through to end of June 2021, several men and women, some enumerators having been deployed to typical villages in the region to take information concerning residents of those areas with the help of GPS.

Assembly Member for Wookura the Wa West District of Upper West Region Mr. Jerry iibu described the accessibility of Network in his area as nothing to write home about, Wookuraa is located after Kuukyile Yiri, 110Km away from Wa, the Capital of Upper West Region.

Lassie Tuolu Assembly Member on Network

The Assembly Member for Lassia Tuolu Electoral Area, Mr. Aara Mikel has stated that the network signals in his area are weak and as a result making communication difficult.

In an Interview with him, he explained that the issue has affected businesses in the area as they cannot make calls or engage in electronic money transfers. He added that the community is partially connected to the National Grid to access electricity, blaming that partially for the poor nature of their network.

He called on Network companies to come to their aid.

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Aara Mikel Lassia Tuolu Lassie Tuolu Upper Upper West Region

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