January 18, 2021

Mahama’s E-Block At Samreboi Left to Rot

Mahama’s E-block

Chiefs, Opinion Leaders and people of Samreboi in the Amenfi West Municipal of Western region are calling on the government to come to their aid and complete the Mahama E-BLOCK which has been left in to rot in bush.

The facility was erected by Ex President Mahama as part of E- Block structures which was meant to be used as Samreboi Community day Senior High School.

The angry chiefs and residents expressed their grievances to Newstimesgh.com reporter Joe Marfo in an interview that the project could have been an asset to the community and the government but they are surprised why it should be left in the bush.

“Wild animals are sharing the building, we need the government to complete it for us, since it could be used for several educational purposes”, they noted.

The raged residents however expect the incumbent government to complete and commission the project in no time.

“We are appealing to the President to come to aid in order to complete it for us”, Nana Yaw Bi, Chief Asuohyia narrated.

By: Joe Marfo

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Mahama’s E-Block At Samreboi Left to Rot

Mahama’s E-block

Chiefs, Opinion Leaders and people of Samreboi in the Amenfi West Municipal of Western region are calling on the government to come to their aid and complete the Mahama E-BLOCK which has been left in to rot in bush.

The facility was erected by Ex President Mahama as part of E- Block structures which was meant to be used as Samreboi Community day Senior High School.

The angry chiefs and residents expressed their grievances to Newstimesgh.com reporter Joe Marfo in an interview that the project could have been an asset to the community and the government but they are surprised why it should be left in the bush.

“Wild animals are sharing the building, we need the government to complete it for us, since it could be used for several educational purposes”, they noted.

The raged residents however expect the incumbent government to complete and commission the project in no time.

“We are appealing to the President to come to aid in order to complete it for us”, Nana Yaw Bi, Chief Asuohyia narrated.

By: Joe Marfo

555

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