Ghana: Water Crisis Forces use of Untreated Water
TAMALE, Ghana — Residents of Tamale have once again been subjected to yet another terrible water crisis, despite promises by successive governments, to forestall the perennial water crisis, which has existed for more than three decades.
Reporters for the Ghanaian Chronicle say the problem has escalated to an unbearable point this year, than before, due to the severity of the dry weather. It has inevitably become a burden for all residents in the metropolis, and its surrounding communities.
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Source: All Africa
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