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Kasoa Sanitation Goes Digital As MCE Launched App And Code for Refuse Collection And Reporting of Domestic violence

As part of measures to improve sanitation in Kasoa and it’s environs, the Awutu Senya East Municipal assembly led by thier MCE Hon Anita Obo Love Amissah in collaboration of Ghana statistics service as launched an App and code for refuse collection and Reporting of Domestic violence within the municipality.

According to Hon Anita Obo Love Amissah, through this App any individual within the municipality can report any sanitation problems by taking a picture of the situation through the App it will go direct to Environmental health officers within the municipality and Ghana Statistics service data and through that it will prompt the waste management companies to clear that refuse away.

MCE is of the view that with this App she believes it will help improve sanitation challenges in the Municipality.

Touching on Domestic violence cases, she charge all individuals to also report any form of Domestic abuse in their home through the App to seek for help.

She charge all individuals to download the APP application called ” LET’S TALK ” or with phone with no App store dial *920**58# for sanitation issues and *800*818# for Domestic violence Reporting.

Hon Anita Obo Love Amissah made this known to Mireku Nyampong during a launching of this App at Kasoa in the Awutu Senya East Municipality of central region.

Also, Madam Diodone Ankamah, Senior officer Ghana Statistical services Head office Accra appealed Ghanaians especially children and women who are going through domestic abuses to report the cases through the App with no fears since Ghana Statistical service are there to protect the identity of such person after making the report.

Finally Awutu Senya East Municipal environmental officer Mr Godson Lodo said about 20 people are facing prosecution for going against sanitation rules in Kasoa and he believes with this App is going to have sanitation challenges reduce in Kasoa.

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