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Ho MCE directs people with buildings on waterways to relocate

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By Maxwell Awumah/Caleb Kuleke, GNA


Ho, Jan. 16, GNA- Mr Divine Bosson, Ho Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), has charged people who have buildings on waterways and places earmarked for road projects to relocate to safer grounds.

He warned developers and landlords, who have utilised such waterways and other unauthorised spaces for their benefits, to move before the task force dealt with them.

He said it was the responsibility of the Assembly to open up the Municipality and would ensure that this was done for easy access to places in the Municipality.

Mr Divine gave the warning when he led a demolition exercise in parts of Ho, including the encroached School of Hygiene main campus junction, to clear unauthorised structures within the area for easy access to the school campus.

Other places cleared were Adehenu street extension, the road between Ho Sports Stadium and Living Spring Church, Nyasorgbor road, Alayi road through to the office of Affelotto joining Professor Mills highway and Limb Fitting (opposite National Lotteries). 

The MCE expressed worry about the lack of access roads in the Municipality and that Assembly would do all it could to ensure that Ho remained a well-planned city with easy access to public places and facilities.

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