Chief and Residents of Bunso, a farming community near Asamankese in the Lower West Akim constituency have expressed worry about the bad nature of their roads in the area, portable water and proper health centre facility.
The major roads in Bonsu have developed gaping potholes at certain parts, leaving motorists and residents who use them frustrated and in danger.
The residents lamented that the main road from Asamankese leading to the Bunso and its environs were completely cut off making it impossible for vehicles to ply.
They expressed frustration over the continual neglect of the area by the leadership in the Municipality and successive governments.
They lamented that the bad nature of the roads had brought untold hardship on them and that many farms produce get rotten.
“The private car drivers, motor riders, and commercial drivers who ply through our disastrous roads daily are always visiting the mechanic shops,” they added.
The drivers who use the road also revealed how they always have to visit mechanics every time they ply the road.
They described the bad nature of the roads as streams on dams especially during the rainy season which makes movement difficult.
They, therefore, appealed to the roads authorities to come to their aid to end the death trap on their roads.
Source: Republic Press