Dr Kyeremateng Foundation in its new humanitarian drive has heeded to the One and half years persistent cry of the people of BremanDawurampong over lack of access to potable drinking water by repairing a close to two years existing malfunctioning borehole, a situation which has compelled the farming community to rely on dugout and unhygienic streams for domestic use.
The Chief of the area Nana Kwabena Badu speaking in an interview said the community depended on a single Colonial dugout which led women and school children to struggle, fight, compete and form an endless queue to get water.
To solve the problem the elders of the community adopted a shift system, half of the community fetch for a week and the other half take over the following week.
Through the Assembly member of the area Mr. Emmanuel AnkomahAidoo, DrKyeremateng Foundation intervened and gave them a sigh of relief.
The community in a joyous mood gave a thunderous applause and heaped praises on the CEO of DrKyeremateng Foundation for their humanitarian gesture, saying may they never lack.
Meanwhile the Assembly member for the area, Mr. Emmanuel AnkomahAidoo said lack of potable water exposes the people in the area to potential water-borne diseases.
He also called for community support towards the maintenance of the borehole to prolong its lifespan. Cue in 0:42sec.
Dr Michael KojoKyeremateng, CEO of DrKyeremateng Foundation said the foundation is rendering endless selfless services to the less privileged in society and the marginalized community to achieve their full potential.