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Opinions of Saturday, 14 April 2018

Columnist: Chief Asare

Rubbish taking over major streets of Kasoa

It is obvious Kasoa is gradually turning into the hub of indiscipline. After years of terrorization of inhabitants by land guards, the new trend is rubbish taking over the major streets of the most dominant commercial town in Ghana.

I was shocked when one day I got to Kasoa early morning before 6 am, to chance on areas used by hawkers and market women for trading activities full of rubbish. The most amazing part is that when it rains, the said areas become a horrific sight to behold, with most gutters choked and foul smells everywhere.

I have taken time to do a careful study and it seems the Zoomlion workers are no more executing their duties. So now my question is, what is happening? What is the Awutu Senya East Municipal Assembly doing to keep the city clean, before an outbreak sets in?

Also, most of the buildings in Kasoa and its surrounding towns are sited on waterways therefore making it difficult for the ease of water flow when it rains.

I wish my article will find its way into the hands of appropriate authorities so that proper discipline can be executed in the city before the worst happens one day.