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Posted by: Fred Addo
Category: Administration, KeMA, Report

In a significant development, the municipal chief executive of the Keta Municipal Assembly, alongside key officials, conducted an inspection of the water project in Anyako today. The inspection aimed to assess the progress and quality of the project, which holds great importance for the local community.

During the visit, the team inspected various crucial aspects, including the water treatment plant, distribution network, and reservoir facilities. The municipal chief executive expressed satisfaction with the project’s advancements, emphasizing its potential to provid e clean and reliable water access to the residents of Anyako.

The water project, a collaborative effort between the assembly and funding partners, is nearing completion. It signifies a remarkable step towards addressing the long-standing water scarcity in the area, promising improved living conditions and better public health outcomes.

Author: Fred Addo

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