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Reconstruction Of Appiatse To Begin Next Month The District MCE Indicate



Appiatse Ghana, Destructions Caused By The Explosion.

Appiatse Ghana, a small farming community in the western part of Ghana who was recently destroyed by a blast, the blast caused by mining explosive which was transported through Appiatse to a mining site.

The mining explosives vehicle which was traveling From Tarkwa to Chirano, involved in a accident with a motorcycle at Appiatse near Bogoso, that caused the explosion which wipeout the entire community with live and livelihoods been lost, and many residences been injured in the process. the entire community was also displaced.

  • The president through his vice president Dr Mahamudu Bawumia, who visited the area to offer some relief packages, promised the people of Appiatse a quick response to restore normality in the area, by reconstructing the destroyed community.

According to, the Municipal Chief executive of Prestea-Huni-Valley, Dr. Issac Dasmani has given a strong indications that, reconstruction of Appiatse community will begin on May 1st 2022.

The Municipal Chief Executive, speaking to 3News, he said: “As I speak, ground assessment is currently ongoing. You know that already majority of the structures affected by the blast have been pulled down and the ground levelled. They were mainly mud and thatch structures. The ones built with block and mortar have been left standing. The assessment will determine whether to keep them standing or that only renovation will do”.

“You have been to the site. And you have seen that workers are working round the clock, moulding blocks. We need the cements to keep us going as planned. So the cement from GPHA has come at the right time. We cannot thank GPHA enough. They have been very spot on with this cement intervention.”

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Director of Port of Takoradi Captain Ebenezer Afadzi, who presented the bags of cement on behalf of GPHA, explained that what they did was what any good corporate citizen should do to “wipe the cries of the disadvantaged”.

“We are here today not only to present these bags of cement. But to demonstrate that GPHA understands their pain, understands their loss and stands with them in their times of grief. This is our commitment and desire to help them find hope in a period where everything seems lost. GPHA will continue to serve as a pillar they can also run to.”

Captain Afadzi said: “What happened is terrible and should not have happened here or anywhere. But it has happened. Question is what can we all do to right the unfortunate incident. Let us learn our lessons and all commit and promise that what happened here will never happen again.”

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