Fendercare Marine Ghana supports two communities with boreholes
Fendercare Marine Ghana supports two communities with boreholes.
Mpohor Dominase (WR), June 21, GNA – Nana Kwampong Aboah II, Krontihen of the Mpohor Traditional area, has expressed concern about the high pollution of water sources in the Mpohor District.
He said the activities of illegal miners in the area has resulted in the pollution of all the water bodies making it very difficult for them to access potable water.
Nana Aboah II said this when Fendercare Marine Ghana Limited in collaboration with Bayfield oil services, handed over two newly installed manual boreholes to the Obrayebona and Dominase communities in the Mpohor District of the Western Region.
Nana Aboah II said in the past they could swim, fish and drink water from the rivers in the area but that the situation has changed and they cannot even get water to drink not to talk of fishing or swimming.
He expressed his gratitude to the two companies for the donation which, he said, would go a long way to help address the water situation in the area.
Nana Aboah II said the two communities would continue to collaborate with Fendercare Marine Ghana in all aspects of the development of the district.
Mr Noah Agbebor, General Manager of Fendercare Marine Ghana, handing over the facilities, said the provision of the boreholes was the company’s Social Corporate Responsibility effort towards the two communities.
He said as part of their corporate responsibility effort the company over the past two months has donated footballs to 24 schools in the Kentan traditional area to promote sporting activities.
He said the structures of the 30 year-old school leaks badly with very weak walls which poses a high risk to the students.