Municipal Chief Executive for West Gonja, Musah Kusubari has issued a warning to some private developers, particularly one that is situated proper on top of the water manner at Attributu, a suburb of Damongo, to both relocate or be compelled to accomplish that.

The MCE said his outfit will not stand aloof and allow a person’s interest to override that of the larger Community.

“We will not allow one person’s interest to supersede that of the larger community. Relocating him is the only option for now because that will not stop him (pure water producer) from processing because he can still tap the water from the section and still process it but putting up the building here is pure indiscipline”, the MCE acknowledged.

We will not allow one person's interest to supersede that of the larger Community - West Gonja MCE to private developers

Last year, a piece of the West Gonja Municipality was hit by flood waters and the Attributu community was badly affected main to loss of both public and private properties together with buildings, food and livestock.

In an exclusive interview with JoyNews’ Isaac Nongya, throughout his monitoring of an ongoing bridge in Attributu to help direct water circulate in the area, Mr. Musah Kusubari said sufficient is sufficient with the ‘do and see’ angle by a piece of the public and will guarantee that the proper factor is finished to keep away from a repeat of final year’s catastrophe.

We will not allow one person's interest to supersede that of the larger Community - West Gonja MCE to private developers

He says the community is water-logged and any unauthorized buildings will escalate the state of affairs, “leaving this building here is a big problem because this is a water-logged area and all the water from town (Damongo) passes here. So, why should a building be erected right here to block the free flow of water”, the MCE queried.

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