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Anyone who flouts sanitation laws will be punished


  17 Octobre      26        Santé (14395),

 

Accra, Oct.17, GNA- The Ada West District Environmental Health Department says  anyone caught flouting sanitation laws will be severely punished.

The District Environmental Health Officer, Mr. Andrew Nii Apai Aborhey, told the GNA that, the district assembly had sanitation issues at heart and wanted the district to be one of the most cleanest  in the country.

« We want the district to be one of the most cleanest districts in the country and so anyone sighted  dumping refuse anyhow or breaking our sanitation laws will be penalized  severely,  » he said.

According to him, some of the communities especially those on the coast, were wrongly blaming the district assembly for not building public toilet facilities for them.

« We want to let everyone know that government has stopped building  public toilet facilities for communities and soon  we are going to start prosecuting households without toilet facilities in the district, ‘he said.

Although  that some communities have been declared ‘Open Defecation Free’, most coastal

communities in the district do not have household  toilet facilities which account for the high incidence of open defecation.

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