For over two decades, the people of Anyako have faced challenges accessing potable water. However, this has changed with the commissioning of a water project at Kpota in Anyako by Dr. Emmanuel Kojo Jones-Mensah.
The project was initiated five months ago after some elders and indigenes of the community appealed to him, to which he responded swiftly by taking the first step.
Dr. Kojo Jones-Mensah, accompanied by chiefs and people of Anyako, commissioned the water project at the Anlo Awomefia SHS. Speaking at the occasion, he announced that a second phase of the water project would commence soon, which would involve engaging technical officers to lay pipes from Heluvi to Anyako main township.
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In addition to the water project, Dr. Jones-Mensah also announced two scholarship slots to brilliant but needy Anlo Awomefia SHS students up to the university level every year. The headmaster of the school expressed gratitude to the founder of the KJM Foundation for the educational opportunity as well as the water project.
The occasion was graced by Torgbui Kposegi IV and Torgbui Agbetsi Zewu IV, all of Anyako. Torgbui Kposegi IV of Anyako Woeto thanked Dr. Jones-Mensah for his humanitarian gesture and prayed for God’s guidance on him and his companies.
He expressed gratitude for the potable water which he confirmed was sweet and on point, adding that he never knew potable water could be discovered in Anyako due to the extreme salinity of the water table of the community.
Dr. Jones-Mensah established the KJM Foundation with the sole objective of impacting lives and serving humanity. The Foundation provides potable water to deprived communities in Ghana, scholarships to brilliant but needy students, and empowerment for women and youth.
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He thanked everybody for gracing the occasion and announced that no community in the Keta Constituency would be left behind in the quest to provide potable water as well as address pressing needs towards livelihoods, empowerment, and development.
In conclusion, the commissioning of the water project at Kpota in Anyako by Dr. Emmanuel Kojo Jones-Mensah has brought hope to the people of Anyako, who have struggled for over two decades to access potable water.
The KJM Foundation’s gesture demonstrates the organization’s commitment to impacting lives and serving humanity, especially those in deprived communities in Ghana.