Mr Osman Adams, the Assembly Member for the Guo Electoral Area in the Wa West District, has recognized helpless street network as a main consideration hindering advancement in the territory.
He said during the pouring season, for example, no monetary action could go on in certain networks in the Electoral Area because of the helpless condition of the streets.
Mr Adams, who expressed this in a meeting with the Ghana News Agency (GNA) at Guo, included that a portion of the networks in the Electoral Area didn’t approach streets by any means.
“On the off chance that you are to make a trip from Guo to Nyagli this blustery season you will endure. There is even no street from Guo to Duosi, from Ase to Nyagli isn’t far but since there is no street you need to go through Wa to Siriyiri before you can go to Ase”, he clarified.
The Assembly Member noticed that absence of customary reshaping of the accessible streets in the appointive zone had additionally caused the frontage roads in the Electoral Area to disintegrate more.
As per him, the helpless street network in the Electoral Area had likewise influenced youngsters’ admittance to instruction as they couldn’t go to class in different networks during the coming down season.
Mr Adams, notwithstanding, showed that he was haggling with the Wa West District Assembly to open-up streets in the zone and to likewise reshape existing streets to help improve the vocations of the individuals in the Electoral Area.