Residents in the Duase Electoral Area, specifically the Duase new site cemetery enclaves, have expressed outrage about the frequent flooding that occurs whenever it rains because of erosion.
Report indicates that people have built homes and constructions around erosion-prone places at the location which has diverted and impeded the primary channel of the river over there.
There is Road Bridge under construction joining Asabi and Baoban neighborhood which the floods is influencing it progress severely owing to the erosion issue.
Responding to the residents’ call, Mayor of Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly, Hon. Samuel Pyne and his team from the Assembly visited the scene as part of the Assembly inspection process over erosion-prone areas in the city.
According to Hon. Sam Pyne, he has instructed his Works Department to have meeting with the individual house owners at the said area. Again, demolish of all the spotted buildings, walls, and structures at the erosion-prone areas within the Duase new site causing havoc”.
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