July 13, 2024

GHAPOHA NPP Caucus Builds Borehole For Namujako Community

Members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) working at the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority (GHAPOHA) have funded the building of a borehole for Namujako, a community in the Chereponi District of the Northeast Region.

The water project which cost in excess of Ghc 30,000 has been undertaken to address the long-standing water crisis that has plagued the community.


The project, unveiled during a commissioning ceremony on Saturday[March 8], was attended by local residents, community leaders, the DCE for Chereponi and some members of the NPP caucus at GHAPOHA.


Communications Director of the Caucus, Sulemana Abdul Rauf, said their intervention was aimed to alleviate the community’s decades-long struggle with water scarcity, where residents were compelled to share their only source of water with domestic animals.


Abdul Rauf also revealed that the borehole project marked the beginning of various planned interventions by their group, spanning health, education, and water and sanitation.

He articulated their commitment to enhancing the overall well-being of deprived communities, an indication of their dedication to contributing towards the NPP’s success in the upcoming 2024 elections.


During the ceremony, the Namujako Community Chief conveyed heartfelt gratitude to the NPP members, acknowledging that the water project would bring significant relief to local women who had to traverse long distances daily in search of clean water.

The chief praised the NPP staff at GHAPOHA for their proactive approach to addressing the community’s pressing need.

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