Эвора купить кокаин, амф бошка меф и ск The New Trust Newspaper has gathered that, residents of Atonsuagya, a predominately farming community in the Asante Mampong Municipality are exasperated with authorities of the Assembly and the Member of Parliament (MP) for the area for turning deaf ears on their several pleads to repair the death-trap bridge.

This paper has learnt that, the almost collapsed bridge is the only means to get to the community when one is coming from Ejura-Sekyere dumasi or Asante –Mampong and the collapse of the bridge would therefore mean that, thousands of residents in the area will be completely cut off from nearby communities.

A number of the residents, especially drivers who ply from the community to Ejura and Asante-Mampong have also threatened to withdraw their services because of the death-trap bridge.

According to them, apart from several unfulfilled promises by successive government and Municipal Chief Executives to asphalt about 1.5km road from Adidwan to Atonsuagya community and the town roads, they can no longer leave anything by chance as far as the current situation of the bridge is concerned.

Some of the angry youth of the community have therefore served notice for the first time to hit the streets to demonstrate against the government and the Municipal Assembly for a total neglect in spite of their enormous contribution to the economy with their cocoa, maize among other crops production.

According to them, they can no long sit down unconcern to allow the bridge to completely collapse or someone to lose his or her life before breaking their silence. Source close to the Odikro and other opinion leaders of the community indicate that, following their several petition to the Municipal Assembly, Hon. Appiah –Kubi, the Municipal Chief Executive came to meet them with the assurance that, the bridge has been awarded to contractor to repair it but up to date there is no sign of the contractor coming to site and the rain is about to set in.

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