A thatched school at Kpenayiri

The Hon. DCE Veronica Alele Heming at a site proposed for a dam under the one village one dam initiative of the government

The honorable District Chief Executive for Bole District Assembly Alele Veronica Heming on Wednesday 22nd August, 2018 visited the Chache Border to abreast herself with the challenges that custom and Immigration officers were faced with which impede their work.

The honorable DCE observed a number of challenges:

1.The honorable DCE observed that the officers were not armed which is a worry.

2.The DCE observed that Chache border needs to be constructed with a proper boarder gate with an arc fixed so it will be befitting of an international border.

3. The honorable DCE also observed that the immigration duty post is leaking and invaded by bees. She promised her office would do something about the situation to bring the office back to its condition.

4.The honorable DCE noticed the officers did not have a vehicle stationed at the border point. She therefore assured the officers she was going to liaise with their commanders so that a border patrol would always be available to take care of emergency situations.

5. Finally, the honorable DCE Alele Veronica Heming also noticed that most of the residential accommodation built for officers needed some renovations so that a number of them would be stationed in Chache.

The honorable DCE did a stop over in Kpenayiri to inspect a thatched school that has been awarded to a constructor included to be provided in the package are the office, furniture, urinal and toilet facilities for use of the communities around.

She also stopped over to inspect a site proposed for one village one dam at Kpenayiri which will serve Bale, Goli and Kpenayiri communities.

Finally the honorable DCE did her final stop over in Mandari where she visited some stakeholders and some of her party people to extend her Eid -ul Adha greetings to them.

The tour by the honorable DCE for the Bole District Alele Veronica Heming indeed was a successful one. Thank you and may God bless Bole District and our homeland Ghana.

Compiled by Kipo Sulemana