WEIJA GBAWE DEMOLISH STRUCTURES IMPEDING ACCESSIBILITY
Despite opposition from some Asafo groups within the Weija Gbawe Municipality the assembly on Friday went ahead to demolish two houses and two fence walls impending accessibility in the Municipality.
This according to the assembly are ways of ensuring that persons follow laid down procedures before putting up structures.
It was a near-fisticuff between some Asafo groups within the Weija Gbawe enclave and the Taskforce comprising the Police and Military from the assembly led by Municipal Chief Executive for Weija Gbawe Patrick Kumor as they demolished some structures built on waterways thus impeding accessibility in the Municipality.
The purpose of the exercise according to the MCE is to make way for accessibility within the Municipality and to ensure that persons follow laid down procedures of the assembly before undertaking any developmental project.
In all two houses and two fence walls that were deemed to be impeding accessibility were pulled down by the team but that did not come easy as some asafo group attempted to prevent the task force from carrying out the exercise.
Municipal Chief Executive for the area Patrick Kumor says the exercise will continue in all the fourteen electoral areas within the Municipality.
The MCE lament the challenges he faces in the hands of some traditional authorities who give out spaces that are meant for the access road to persons to build.
Story By Kwaku Donkoh.