Gov’t considering rebuilding destroyed houses in Apiate – Bawumia

0
Gov’t considering rebuilding destroyed houses in Apiate – Bawumia

Efforts are being made to rebuild the Apiate community near Bogoso which has been devastated by the explosion on Thursday January 20.

Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia who visited the scenes on Friday January 21 said ” Government on its part is going to do everything to support the family, to support those who have been injured. Thankfully, the Ambulance Service played a major role in the rescue.

” For the houses that have been destroyed we are already beginning to think about how to rehabilitate and rebuild for the community.

“The president has given us the directive, I have spoken to the State Housing Cooperation inclusion with the Mining companies here we will quickly try to put in lace the facilities that will help those who have been displaced.”

Advertisement

“Government is fully engaged in all these process and we are going to see to it that the people are taken care off.”

The Police had said its preliminary investigation established that a mining explosive vehicle moving from Tarkwa to Chirano mines collided with a motorcycle resulting in the explosion.

“Reference to our earlier emergency public notice, the Police have taken charge of the situation providing security to enable the emergency workers including the Ghana National Fire Service, NADMO and the Ambulance Service to manage the situation.

“The public has been advised to move out of the area to nearby towns for their safety while recovery efforts areBawumia underway.An appeal is also being made to nearby towns to open up their classrooms, churches etc to accommodate surviving victims.

“Meanwhile, preliminary investigation has established that a mining explosive vehicle moving from Tarkwa to Chirano mines collided with a motorcycle resulting in the explosion. Most of the victims have been rescued and are on admission at various hospitals and clinics within the Bogoso Municipality.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments