The Municipal Chief Executive of Hohoe Municipal Assembly, Andrew Teddy Ofori, has commissioned a modern toilet facility to the St. Mary’s Seminary Senior High School at Lolobi in the Oti Region.
The project is part of the various developmental projects being undertaken in the municipality.
This is to improve the hygienic conditions in the area, as well as ensure that the municipality benefits from all the good policies of the government.
In an interview with Talksafrica.com, the MCE, Tedd Ofori, said that about 8 Senior High Schools in the locality are to benefit from the initiative, adding that, the assembly was located 5 additional areas to in need of a toilet facility, so construction can begin.
The MCE mentioned that three Senior High schools have benefited from the initiative of the Akuffo Addo government. He added that the Hohoe E.P. SHS, would not be left out.
“The Hohoe Municipal Assembly has selected schools like Apkafu SHS, Bishop Herman SHS, and Afadjato SHS.
He said the popular tourist attraction site, the Wli Water Fall, would also be a beneficiary to these latest developments that the Assembly seeks to achieve.
“We have seen that public toilets in the municipality are not all that good and do not meet expectation, and so for areas where there are huge crowds like the market centres, lorry parks and school compounds where school children would have to use private toilets, we decided to assist”, he said.
According to him, the $1 million per 1 constituency initiative by the government is to develop the country thus, apart from that, communities within the municipality, such as Fodome, Alavanyo and Akpafu would receive a solar-powered mechanised system, for the production of constant water supply.
Hon. Teddy Ofori outlined some developmental projects that are under construction in the municipality.
He said that an ultra-modern market, with 106 lockable doors and 140 sheds for the Hohoe market is currently ready for use.
He added that an additional 40 lockable story building and Hohoe Abbatoir that has been under construction would soon be completed and commissioned.
He, therefore, called on the people in his municipality to take recognition of the fact that, the Coronavirus pandemic is real, hence the need for the people to adhere to the safety protocols and measures outlined by the World Health Organisation (WHO) and the Ghana Health Service (GHS).
By Agnes Melissa Yovo | talksafrica.com