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Part of Jaman north district flooded after a heavy downpour

A lot of people at Duadaso No 2, a suburb of the Jaman North District of the Bono region have been rendered homeless following a heavy downpour which started in the early morning of yesterday, Tuesday, Aug, 30 to Wednesday afternoon.


The Assembly Member for Duadaso No 2 electoral area, Honourable Sah Kwame Emmanuel in an interview with Kwaku Mensah Abrampa on Gye Nyame Fm’s morning show indicated that a lot of people within his electoral area were rendered homeless as a result of what he described as shoddy work by the road contractor who was awarded the Sampa -Duadaso road as a result of work not done on a gutter within the community that was constructed by the contactor.


He added that the contractor during his time at the site offloaded some chippings on the waterways which have now blocked the movement and free flow of water when it rains hence the flooding.


He stresses that the situation on the Sampa- Duadaso road has now deteriorated to a state that needs serious and critical attention indicating that the flood has entered a lot of homes and has affected a series of properties.


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The assembly Member added that his outfit has written a series of letters to the District assembly to ensure the contractor is back at the site but all his efforts have been futile. He has therefore called on the NADMO to come to the aid of the victims since some of them may be sleeping at Chuch places and in schools within the community. Also, the government has been called upon to search for the whereabouts of the contractor back to the site to do the work on time as expected.


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*Story By: Kwaku Mensah Abrampa (Gye Nyame Fm – Sampa)*




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