DABOYA TOWNSHIP AND ISSUES AROUND IT.
I have been in Daboya, the capital of North Gonja District in the Savannah region for a few days now. Although I’m not here on assignment but I have observed something that many people might not be happy about as well.
The Daboya township roads and the state of the Daboya Daily Market is just too bad. It doesn’t merit the state of Daboya. It’s below the level of Great Daboya. From lower basic school through to upper basic level, a lot of pupils (people) have learnt something positive about Daboya. Giving the town a true marketing piece (positive mileage).
We are in 2023 and Daboya remains the only district capital in the Savannah region where, when you are traveling into the town, you get in-there without knowing that you are entering a district capital.
There’s virtually nothing to signal you that you are approaching a district capital.
No chips or asphalt roads signal, no proper sign boards, no entry notices, etc.
A lot of the times visitors get into the township (Bodeto) and now try to ask for directions to the town called Daboya, huh !!!. This is the sad reality.
Our Honorable DCE, MP and Deputy Health Minister. We have cried for far too long each day and moment yet we AREN’T PRACTICALLY SEEING UPGRADING to the the Daboya township roads especially, the major road from Busunu to Daboya, which is CURRENTLY THE PHASE OF DABOYA. Or at least an upgrading of the Daresalam to Daboya township to signal visitors that they are approaching a district capital.
It’s always a privilege to be chosen to occupy a position but more grateful to turn this position into a LEADERSHIP ONE.
Listen to the cry of the masses and use your links to upgrade the township roads of our DEAR Daboya.
Last rainy season, we experienced very bad cut off from the rest of Savannah region when the Tachali Bridge had overflow. We managed to court media attention to it.
After the rains, we expected the authorities to take up the issue and work on it to get this seasonal trouble out of our way, yet no practical measures were taken to hault this trouble on that side of the road.
Therefore, I appeal to Our Hon DCE, Mr. Adam Eliasu – Red Bawa. Use your office to uplift the status of our town.
Our Hon Member of Parliament and Deputy Health Minister – Alhaji Asei Seini Mahama – use your office to lobby the roads ministry to help uplift our town. Parliamentary service in the 21st century goes beyond just passing and amending bills in the chamber.
We want to see you as our leaders and not people who occupy positions.
WE ARE NOT HAPPY ABOUT THE STATE OF DABOYA TOWNSHIP ROADS. GET THEM FIXED FOR THE GOOD PEOPLE OF DABOYA.