This season is a season of water and life and as we know water is stronger than humans, the we must learn to respect their ways. Residents in Amasaman are crying for their lives after realizing they are on a time bomb due to the negligence of of some house owners building right in waterways and making heavy fillings for their greediness.
On the stretch from Amasaman to Kojo-Ashong has become a fast developing towns with heavy buildings. With recent development of the way some buildings are being constructed, needs the attention of authorities concern.
Town planners need to act with immediate effect and check on those building in these waterways. Taking into account the recent happenings during the rains must inform us that building in water ways will not affect you alone but will also affect others and create inconveniences for the government as well.
In the pictures uploaded just this morning, a contractor is seen filling a waterway with huge quantity of sand on the stretch to Kojo-Ashong. Authorities must act now to avert any future damages.
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