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Court Convicts Two Dealers For Causing Waste

Court Convicts Two Dealers For Causing Waste

A Hohoe Magistrate Court has indicted two merchants, Alimatu Issa and Salamatu Iddrisu to a fine of GH¢1,200 each for redirecting waste bathhouse water into open channels.

The merchants, who were sentenced on their own requests would each serve a half year detainment on the off chance that they default in the installment of the fine.

Mr. Straight to the point Azila-Gbettor, Chief Environmental Health Assistant at the Hohoe Municipal Assembly, arraigning, told the court managed by Madam Edith Lucy Dzormeku that, the two dwell at Sabon Zongo in Hohoe.

He said on July 9, 2020, officials from the Assembly’s Environmental Office went on an investigation and distinguished that the tenants coordinated their waste bathhouse water into channels, which streamed into the River Dayi.

Mr. Azila-Gbettor said the two convicts were instructed and encouraged to develop a soakaway for their wastewater.

The Prosecution said a few subsequent meet-ups by Officers to guarantee consistence demonstrated pointless adding that, the rebelliousness from the convicts could prompt microbial diseases including a cholera episode, consequently the arraignment.

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A Hohoe Magistrate Court has indicted two merchants, Alimatu Issa and Salamatu Iddrisu to a fine of GH¢1,200 each for redirecting waste bathhouse water into open channels.

The merchants, who were sentenced on their own requests would each serve a half year detainment on the off chance that they default in the installment of the fine.

Mr. Straight to the point Azila-Gbettor, Chief Environmental Health Assistant at the Hohoe Municipal Assembly, arraigning, told the court managed by Madam Edith Lucy Dzormeku that, the two dwell at Sabon Zongo in Hohoe.

He said on July 9, 2020, officials from the Assembly’s Environmental Office went on an investigation and distinguished that the tenants coordinated their waste bathhouse water into channels, which streamed into the River Dayi.

Mr. Azila-Gbettor said the two convicts were instructed and encouraged to develop a soakaway for their wastewater.

The Prosecution said a few subsequent meet-ups by Officers to guarantee consistence demonstrated pointless adding that, the rebelliousness from the convicts could prompt microbial diseases including a cholera episode, consequently the arraignment.

 

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