Parts of Accra to be hit by serious water shortage over broken transmission pipe

Parts of Accra to be hit by serious water shortage over broken transmission pipe

- Ghana Water Company Limited, has announced that some parts of Accra are to experience water cuts

- In a statement, GWCL mentioned that areas including Dansoman, Korle-bu Hospital, Tesano, Mallam and other surrounding communities would be hit by the interruption

- The GWCL is carrying out repair works on its burst transmission pipeline which has affected the flow of water to these areas

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Management of Ghana Water Company Limited, has announced that some parts of Accra are to experience water cuts.

In a statement, GWCL mentioned that areas including Dansoman, Korle-bu Hospital, Tesano, Mallam and other surrounding communities would be hit by the interruption.

The company says the cut is part of steps to carry out repair works on its burst transmission pipeline which has affected the flow of water to these areas.

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“Management of Ghana Water Company Limited wishes to inform the general public, especially, its valued customers in the Western part of Accra, that as a result of a burst on the 36 inch transmission pipe-line on the main Mallam Gbawe road, water supply has been interrupted to enable repair works to be undertaken by GWCL Engineers,” the statement indicated.

Other affected areas include Sakaman, Odorkor, Agege, Mamprobi, Chorkor, Korle-Gonno, Latebiokorshie, Mataheko, Russia and Sukura are some of the listed areas.

The other communities include Abbosey Okai, Kaneshie, Palladium, James Town, Sraha, Abeka, Gbawe, Ablekuma and surrounding areas.

Whilst pleading with the public to bear with the development, the company said it is committed to fixing the challenge within the shortest possible time to bring relief to residents.

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