The Calvary Redemption Church of Ghana has partnered with the Wa- West District Assembly to drill boreholes for 3 communities in its jurisdiction.
The beneficiary communities are Motori, Dodool and Gbonsoglesuo.
Commissioning the facilities, Rev. Emmanuel Amoah, Bishop of Calvary Redemption Church Kumasi, said it was necessary to provide portable water to the good people of Wa west to help solve the water crisis in the District.
Rev.Bishop Emmanuel Amoah applauded the District Chief Executive of Wa West Hon. Laabiir Edward Sabo that he had never met such a finest District Chief Executive in his sphere of work who is so committed to the welfare of his people.
“All the times the Chief Executive is always knocking at my door discussing issues confronting his people in the District”, the Bishop added.
He further indicated that he would continue to support the needs of his people in the area of water once water is life to everything on earth.
This was said when he was addressing the chiefs and people of the beneficiary communities.
The District Chief Executive thanked the leadership of the Calvary Redemption Church of Ghana for their unflinching support rendered to the people of Wa west.
He indicated that the District has benefited 9 boreholes for 9 needy communities and said it would help reduce the burden of the Assembly.
He assured the provider that the Assembly would do everything possible to support and maintain the boreholes.
The Chief of Naha appealed to the leader of the Calvary Redemption Church to continue to collaborate with the District assembly to continue to provide portable water for his people.
He entreated the beneficiaries to take good care of the boreholes by ensuring that they were periodically maintained to pro-long their lifespan.