KWAHU WEST ASSEMBLY INITIATES MOVES TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COVID-19 IN NKAWKAW MARKETS
The Kwahu West Municipal Assembly has instituted measures to prevent and contain the spread of the pandemic coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in the Nkawkaw Central Markets in the Municipality.
The measures include the establishment of a multi-stakeholder COVID-19 Public Health Committee to enforce personal and public safety precautionary measures outlined by the Government.
Hon. Yaw Owusu Addo, the Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), said this in interview with the media, when he toured the Central Markets with Local Government Representative, inspecting various market centers to ensure adherence to social distancing and wearing of masks.
The Local Government and Rural Development Financial Controller Representative, Mr. David Annan Boney, after the Nkawkaw Central Markets tour inspection, in an assessment urged the Assembly to fulfill their promises to the market women so that they won’t defy the rules of and adhere to the social distancing protocol.
He expressed satisfaction with the measures put in place by the Assembly.
The MCE, Hon. Yaw Owusu Addo, also urged and appealed to the public to patronise the Nkawkaw Market annex to prevent overcrowding at the main Central Market.
He also promised the sellers, who had been relocated to the annex, that he will advertise their goods for them to make sure that their businesses are successful.