Denu (VR), May 24, GNA – The race for the next Municipal Chief Executive of Ketu South Municipality is on and just like any other populous Municipality, the number of people lobbying to be appointed as the chief representative of the Central Government to take charge of it, is equally large.
Access to potable water has been the issue for others. Denu, the municipal capital and home to Ghana’s busiest border, Aflao and surrounding communities have been without water for a year and over. This is attributable to a break in the operations of Ghana Water Company Limited in the Municipality.
A partial lockdown of some parts saw government providing food to the vulnerable in those affected areas.
Others said it was possible that “whatever is being referred to as a convention now might have been a mere coincidence which ought to be overlooked when necessary to arrive at a candidate that will best serve the interest of all.”
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