In a significant step towards addressing the water scarcity challenges in the community of Anyako-konu, the commissioning of a 60,000-liter water project was celebrated with great enthusiasm and gratitude by the residents and local authorities.
The commendable efforts of Mr. Emmanuel Gemegah, the Keta Municipal Chief Executive and the Vice President of Ghana, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, together with the generous funding provided by the Paramount chief of Amugo-Wego traditional area, Dufia of Anyako-Konu and Head of Anlo Bate Clan, Togbi Tengey Dzokoto Gligui VII, and his divisional chiefs, marked a turning point in the lives of the people of Anyako-konu.
The commissioning ceremony, held on a bright and cheerful morning, was attended by a large gathering of community members, local leaders, and government officials. The atmosphere was charged with excitement and hope as everyone eagerly awaited the official inauguration of the water project that promised to alleviate the long-standing water scarcity issues in the area.
Addressing the crowd, Togbi Tengey Dzokoto Gligui expressed his heartfelt appreciation to the Vice President and the Municipal Chief Executive, for their support and activeness towards the realization of the water project.
The Volta Regional Minister who was the representative of the vice president at the function in his address, lauded the collaborative efforts of the local authorities and the Keta Municipal Assembly in prioritizing the developmental needs of Anyako-konu. He emphasized the importance of such initiatives in promoting growth and enhancing the quality of life for the residents.
The 60,000-liter water project is strategically located to provide easy access to clean and potable water for the entire community. The state-of-the-art facility that was handed over to the Ghana Water Company includes a water treatment plant, storage tanks, and a distribution network that will cater to the needs of households and schools.
The municipal Chief executive Mr. Emmanuel Gemegah, expressed his joy and satisfaction in contributing to the well-being of his subjects. He reiterated his commitment to supporting developmental projects that promote progress and prosperity for the entire municipality.
As the commissioning ceremony came to a close, the residents of Anyako-konu expressed their heartfelt gratitude to Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, Hon. Emmanuel Gemegah, Dufia of Anyako-Konu and all those who had played a role in making the water project a reality. The event concluded with a sense of hope and renewed determination to continue working together for the betterment of the community.
The commissioning of the 60,000-liter water project in Anyako-konu stands as a shining example of what can be achieved through collective efforts, dedicated leadership, and generous contributions from local leaders. It serves as an inspiration for other communities facing similar challenges to come together and work towards a brighter and more sustainable future for all.