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Maintenance Culture And Punctuality Our Biggest Problem Lets Change Our Attitude On It – Lower Dixcove Chiefs

MAINTENANCE CULTURE AND PUNCTUALITY OUR BIGGEST PROBLEM LETS CHANGE OUR ATTITUDE ON IT AWULAE ATIBRUKUSU

Paramount chief of Lower Dixcove traditional area Awulae Attibruku has stated that lack of maintenance culture and punctuality is retarding growth and development in the country

Speaking to Appiah Danquah Rok fm, he explained that Ghanaians don’t have time to maintain things but rather prefer to destroy it before thinking of a new one at a huge cost

According to him, time wasting is something that the country must desist from it since the accolade “Ghanaman “time is causing the country on productive ours and punctuality must be key

He has therefore urged Ghanaians to change our attitudes towards it since the world is moving at faster pace that if things are not done right we will always rely on people for survival
Awulae Attibruku made this remarks when Ghana rubber company commission water projects for Chavene and Elubonkata in the Ahanta West municipality of the western region.

Chief of Elubonkata Nana Bediako disclosed the challenges the said communities are facing to get portable water for thier activities and stressed that the water provided by Ghana rubber will go a long way to help the communities and save life’s

Perry Acheampong cooperate affairs director Ghana rubber company said the company will support communities in thier catchment areas and explains that agitation from a section of people that the company are multreating workers and communities in their catchment area’s are not true

By Appiah Dankwa for heroesghnews

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