OVER 10,000 PEOPLE USE ONE PUBLIC TOILET AT ANUM, ASAMANKESE .

The chief of Anum-Asamankese in the Lower West Akyem municipality Barima  Nssah Kwasi Mensah Bediako iii has laminated over the poor state of the public toilet which serves about 10,000 inhabitants in his community.

According to him, residents living around the area do complain bitterly about the negative impact the abandoned toilet facility is incurring on them.

Cholera outbreak and other infections are on the rise due to the stink and unhealthy state of the place.

Residents now use the place as a refuse dump site while other criminals also nait as a hideout place.

In an interview with the Headmaster of Anum Asamankese Presbyterian Primary School Mr. Seth Agyei Acheampong he says since the abandoned toilet facility is not far from their school, the bad smell it yields normally force them to close early.

He also added that people have now turned the classroom blocks as their place of convenient which they sometimes have sex living condoms around.

The Headmaster reiterated that thieves and weed smokers recently broke into some of their offices to steal electronic gadgets and wires.

Storyby Emmanuel koranteng.

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