Pipe-borne water solves perennial water problem at Adaklu- Have

The perennial water problem at Adaklu Have near Ho, ended at the weekend with the inauguration of pipe-borne water supply system at the cost of 8,400 dollars.

The project was funded by World Mission Outreach Fellowship (WMOF), a USA- based Christian charity organisation.

“You have taken the responsibility of providing water for the community off the shoulders of government,” Mr Michael Kobla Adzaho, Adaklu Anyigbe District Chief Executive said in praise of WMOF at the ceremony.

He lauded the unity prevailing in the district especially in the Adaklu Traditional Area and appealed to the chiefs and opinion leaders to keep it up because “development can only take place in an atmosphere of peace”.

Rev Gideon Gogo, Ghana Director of WMOF whose   effort made the project possible shed tears for the greater part of the ceremony.

He lamented the uncooperative attitude of some members the community who he alleged wrote anonymous letters about him to WMOF Directors in the USA.

Rev Gogo said his organisation was supporting 155 orphans in the district to enable them have formal education.

Rev Joel Roberts, who led a five-man WMOF delegation from the USA to inaugurate the project said his organisation was moved by the plight of the community especially school children who have to abandon school and travel long distances in search of water.

He appealed to the community leaders to ensure the prompt payment of water bills and proper use of the facility to prolong its life-span.

Source: GNA

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