The long awaited infrastructural development agenda of the chiefs and people of Oblieman, a town within the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region, would soon hit the various corners of the community.
Oblieman and its surrounding areas is among the fastest developing communities in the region but with little attention paid to the provision of social amenities by the local authorities.
Outlining the number of projects to be outdoored soon, the queen mother Naa Okunko Adaku I, known in private life as Graceila Blackstone indicated that one of the major problems facing the community is lack of access road and portable drinking water.
According to her, the development of the communities would ease the burden on the central government or the local authority.
She said these projects would create jobs and give skill training to the youth that would make them useful to the society in which they belong.
She revealed that the well-taught project would see the establishment of biogas centres, schools, skill development centres and building of factory to employ the community members.
Baa Okunka I made these revelations when she addressed newsmen during the ocassion of the outlining of the area’s developmentalprojects at Oblieman.
“The chief and I have a vision of transforming this community, we have worked hard to bring what we are bring today and we hope we get the support of the authorities in granting the permit to execute these projects”, she added.
She said “we have no time to waste and the projects must get start immediately, we are going to set up biogas plant to generate our own energy, we going to pump our own drinking water and construct more schools for the children”.
On his part, the Chief Nii Ayitey Anumle Oyanka, thanked the queen mother for fulfilling her promises she made to the people some two years ago.
According to the chief, the project would see the light of day and has come to stay despite an attempt by certain high profile personalities in government to snatch the projects.
Nii Ayitey Anumle Oyanka stateted that several complaints have been lodged by the drivers about the bad nature of the road to the assembly but had all fell on deaf ears.
Story: Iddrissu A. Jara