Kuudirekoraa community located in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District of the Savannah Region now has access to safe water through a borehole drilled for them by Apostle Dr. Moses Sansah Konjon.
The establishment of the borehole comes after Apostle Sansah through his NGO, Frontiers Mission Network advocated for potable drinking water for deprived communities including Kuudirekoraa community.
The Executive Director and Founder of the Zion Community Church International in Ghana, Apostle Sansah lamented how deprived communities were prone to waterborne diseases due to the unavailability of potable drinking water.
He stated this when he commissioned a hand pump borehole for Kuudirekoraa community on Friday November 4,2022.
He also said most deprived communities were face with multifaceted problems such as dilapidated school buildings, poor road networks, lack of market for farm products, teenage pregnancy, among others.
He however acknowledged the works of his NGO for their rapid response to alleviate this problem at Kuudirekoraa.
Apostle Sansah who has been given the title” Nchuwura”, by the Yagbonwura palace however called on other organisations to help other communities with similar situations.
“Frontiers Mission Network which is based in Sunyani in the Bono Region has its main focus on how to support and advocate for people in the deprived communities in Ghana to come out of their plights,” he said.
“Over the years, the NGO has been providing lifeline programmes, donations and activities to help deprived rural communities in the country in terms of education, women empowerment, water and sanitation, youth development, general rural development and agriculture,” he added.
Speaking to the media after the commissioning, residents said is been over 50 years and they have never fetched water and drunk from a hand pump borehole.
Their only source of water in the community is the Black volta sharing boundaries with Ivory coast and miles away from the community.
They expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the “Nchuwura ” of the savannah region Apostle Dr Moses Sansah Konjon for handing over a borehole to the entire community.
Residents said they were now relieved as they will no longer drink from the same source of water with animals from the river.
They sung and danced in honor of the Executive Director of Frontiers Mission Network for providing them with a potable drinking water.