From Francis owusu -ansah
There was great joy in the air and smiles on the faces of people in the Nkoranza township when streetlights were fixed, after months of expectations from the people.
The project saw the erection of new streetlights, and, in some cases, replacement of burnt bulbs in the township.
The Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Diana Attaa Kusiwaa, noted that the assembly was mindful of the security benefits, and was determined to fix them by replacing all faulty lights and adding more.
She said, by this singular act, visibility in the night will be improved for both pedestrians and drivers alike.
The provision of the street lights would also enhance the prevention of crime, as criminals operate under the cover of darkness.
She debunked the notion that the government is not doing enough for the citizenry, adding that “government projects take time to be visible, because they have to be subjected to a lot of processes.”
She assured the people that “a lot of work is being done, and at the appropriate time, all would be seen by all and would bring great improvement to the municipality.”
The MCE appealed to the people to “contact her if in doubt of anything or want details on issues, so that they can be well informed on happenings in the assembly and the municipality.”