Water crisis is becoming a major problem for people residing at Tema. After the closure of water by the Ghana Water Company from Thursday 22nd April,2021 to Monday 26th April,2021 for maintenance work at beach lake at Tema booster line connecting to Kpong head works. The people residing at that area are finding it difficult to get a source of water. Some could not save enough water before the closure of water and others did not know that there would be closure of water. After the closure of taps, people started purchasing pure water for their domestic works but after an increase in demand for the water. The price of purchasing pure water has increased from Gh¢4 to Gh¢5. School children would have to wear dirty clothes to school. Because of this reason, the people decided to depend on dirty water from construction site for domestic use. They are pleading with the government to come to their aid because the water they get from the construction site is dirty and not healthy for consumption.
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