United Television, one of the local television stations, has thrown a bold question to Ghanaians as a means of interacting with them. This question was directly focused on the current Members of Parliament, their ability to fulfill their promises, and their fate in the upcoming 2024 election.
The entire community of Apieti in the Prestea Huni Valley District of the Western Region is currently in a sorry state. Almost every building in the community has been affected by a deadly explosion that occurred in the community a few hours ago. The vehicle containing the explosives is said to have collided with a tricycle causing the explosion which has since killed many innocent persons.
One of the critically injured victims of the Bogoso-Appiate blast, has died before he could be airlifted to the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, the country’s largest referral facility. He was on admission at the Tarkwa Municipal Hospital and the doctors had arranged to airlift him to Korle-Bu because of his bad condition.
It has emerged that several individuals who are not the residence of Apiate, and were nowhere close to the scene when the explosion occurred, are joining the survivors in order to falsely benefit from the relief items being distributed. Some of these imposters are relatives of the survivors who have come to condole with them, but have taken the opportunity to join as fake victims.
One of the touching stories from Apiatse after the deadly explosion was that the driver of the vehicle started running to the communities informing them to run for their lives. The Ghana Police Service led by IGP George Akuffo Dampare also revealed that there was a police escort in the explosive vehicle.
Friday, 26th November 2021 An eye witness at the Prestea Galamsey site accident has given a chilling account of how the victims died. It has been widely reported that on Wednesday night, an accident that occurred at a galamsey site at Wassa Essikuma claimed ten lives. The ten according to the Municipal Chief Executive of Prestea Huni-Valley municipality Dr. Isaac Dasmani were trapped in a collapsed pit.
The entire community of Wassa Essikuma in the Prestea Huni Valley Municipality of the Western Region is in a state of mourning. The community members are currently at a loss on how some young men were trapped in a mining pit and died in the process. In all, fifteen persons were in the pit and nine died on the same day.
Municipal Chief Executive for Prestea Huni Valley Dr. Isaac Dasmani has given a strong indication that the assembly is working assiduously to ensure that reconstruction of the Appiatse community begins on May 1 as so promised by government. The requisite ground evaluations, he claims, are nearly complete, allowing for the construction of additional structures in the neighborhood.
The MP for Prestea Huni-valley constituency, Hon. Robert Wisdom Cudjoe on the 6th of November ,2021 donated 40 sewing machines to newly trained seamstresses at Aboso in Prestea Huni-Valley. The MP as part of his apprenticeship programme has over the months committed himself to equip, develop and support skills of the youth to create employment.
Wassa-Essikuma, a gold mining community in the Prestea Huni Valley Municipality, has been hit by disaster as a mining pit collapses, killing 10 miners and leaving four others badly hurt. They were part of a group of illegal small-scale miners, who were digging for the mineral, when the pit collapsed, trapping them under tons of earth.
Today 20th January, 2022 is a saddest day for Bogoso, a mining town in the Prestea Huni Valley district of the Western Region in Ghana where a mining explosive vehicle moving from Tarkwa to Chirano mines collided with a motorcycle, resulting in the explosion. Over 500 houses have been distroyed leaving thousands of inhabitants of Bogoso displaced.
In her quest to promote discipline and learning which is a significant requirement for a stronger and successful higher education, the former Member of Parliament (MP) for Prestea Huni-valley constituency, Lawyer.
Four people who were taken for dead because of their condition in the deadly blast that occurred at Bogoso-Appiate, a farming/mining community in the Prestea-Huni-Valley Municipality of the Western Region, have been found by medical doctors not to be clinically dead. They are on admission and receiving treatment at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH), the country’s second largest referral facility.
The government has announced plans to help build housing units for people displaced by a blast that killed at least 17 and injured 59 others at Bogoso-Appiate, a farming/mining community in the Prestea-Huni-Valley Municipality of the Western Region. The Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, said they had already been in touch with the State Housing Company, and they were also talking with the mining companies.
The families of ten (10) small-scale miners killed in a mine accident at Wassa-Essikuma, a gold mining community in the Prestea Huni-Valley Municipality, are pleading with the authorities to release the bodies of their loved ones, being kept in the morgue at the Apinto Government Hospital, to them for burial.
The Gold Fields Ghana Foundation has outlined programmes to fight the increasing cases of teenage pregnancy in the Prestea Huni Valley Municipality of the Western Region. In collaboration with the Municipal Education Directorate, the Company seeks to sensitise people on the implications of teenage pregnancy and the importance of adolescent reproductive health education.
The National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) says a few non-inhabitants of Appiatse are "presenting" as casualties of last Thursday's blast to profit from alleviation things. The Organization said it had therefore set up a 17-Member Committee, comprised of six survivors who were indigenes of Appiatse to assist with planning the dispersion of help things to the survivors.
A Former Minister Donates Laptops To Tertiary Students The former Member of Parliament for Prestea Huni-Valley Constituency Hon.Barbara Oteng - Gyasi, on Saturday 27th day of March, 2021, presented (10) brand new Laptop computers to selected University students in the constituency.
Emmanuel Adu Gyamfi a motorcyclist in Bogoso, a suburban community in Prestea Huni Valley of the Western Region had been crushed by a truck loaded with bags of cement today.