In order for the energy project to be completed and for metres to be installed following connection to the national grid, the chief of Denkyira Nipa Ne Kro Nana Adusei Opako I in the Upper Denkyira West District of the central region has made an appeal to the government and the Energy Ministry.
Mostly a mining and agricultural hamlet, Nipa Ne Kro is a settlement near Diaso. Nana Adusei Opako I raised his concerns about the project’s delay, stating that it has created great annoyance and impeded the community’s progress even though the community is linked to the national grid and no metres have been installed as of yet. He stressed how crucial power is to raising living standards, fostering economic expansion, and expanding access to education.
After becoming the area’s enstooled chief, Nana Adusi Opako I, the first chief of Nipa Ne Kro, made the news in his first public speech.
In order to guarantee equitable and precise billing for the households, he made a request to the Energy Ministry to install metres.
He emphasised the importance of accountability and transparency in the energy sector, saying that installing metres will aid in preventing any inconsistencies or unfair business practises.
Meanwhile, he also added that the community has banded together to construct a teachers’ bungalow in the area. But because of budgetary limitations, they are now pleading with the government and non-governmental organisations for help in finishing this important initiative.
The community took the initiative to build this bungalow so that local teachers would have a decent place to live.
The community decided to launch this project because they understood how important high-quality education is. But they have encountered several obstacles in their path, making it more difficult to finish the project.