Salaga South connected to telecommunication network

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The Member of Parliament for the Salaga South constituency, Zuwera Mohammed Ibrahimah over the week joined exultant constituents to outdoor a new MTN tower that will end the “no network cliche” in the area.

The beneficiary communities include: Abromase, Kigbatitor, Silmunchu, Telkpa, Kiyaghe, Kijewu, Jemtutu, Akamade, Sarkingonaku, Buma and surrounding areas all in the Salaga South constituency of the Savannah Region.

The official commissioning of the MTN Network Tower witnessed sub chiefs from the area, Assembly members, religious leaders, staff of MTN, the youth inter alia joining the Member of Parliament to grace the all important occasion.

Addressing residents at the durbur to hand over the facility, the Member of Parliament expressed delight in the fact that the project was a huge step forward in enhancing economic activities and the general security of the area, whilst improving the standard of living of indigenes of the Kluw enclave.

She expressed gratitude to ATC Ghana, the Telecommunication Service Provider (MTN), Kluw Wura, Kasawura, Chiefs of area, Assemblymen and the people for supporting the initiative to reality.

The Assemblyman for the Abromase Electoral Area, Karimu Sulemana popularly known as Accra Boy indicated that access to network had been a major developmental challenge and concern for the people of the Kluw area for decades.

He was full of praises for the Member of Parliament for facilitating the completion of the project, adding that, “the project is a life changer for my people”.

The Kasawura, Kwame Kwabena who spoke on behalf of the chiefs requested for special prayers to be said for the Member of Parliament and conveyed the appreciation of the chiefs to all stakeholders who played diverse roles in ensuring the realization of the project.

Background:

 In February 2021, Adom news carried a report in the Kluw area titled ” Abromase: a Ghanaian community where  residents hang phones on tress for signal, ” and depicted it with a picture.

This and many other distressing pleas from the people of Kluw enclave motivated the MP for the area,Hajia Zuwura Ibrahima to commit herself to ending the “zero signal” situation in Kluw.

By sheer providence, Accrape, a community in the Kafaba ward of the Salaga South constituency which had also been suffering from “the no network syndrome” also got the signals when the 80 foot Abromase tower was commissioned.

The Member of Parliament had earlier commissioned a similar network tower project for residents of Yakubupe.

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