• By @bkqfdadmin
  • / February 21, 2024
  • / Blog

On Sunday, January 18, 2024, the people of Anfoega Akukome, a community in the Volta Region, celebrated the commissioning of a mechanized borehole, which ended the challenges of accessibility to potable water in the area. This endeavour was made possible through the collaborative efforts of the BKQ Foundation and the Member of Parliament for North Dayi, Madam Joycelyn Tetteh.

The commissioning ceremony was presided over by Togbe Detsu IV, the Chief of AnfoegaAkukome. In his address, Togbe Detsu IV expressed deep gratitude to Madam Joycelyn Tetteh, whose support and advocacy played a vital role in securing the necessary resources for the project. He also extended heartfelt appreciation to Mr. Benjamin Kofi Quashie, the founder of the BKQ Foundation, whose commitment to community development continues to leave an enduring impact on the lives of residents.

The project, which was wholly financed by the BKQ Foundation was commissioned amidst drumming and dancing by the Anfoega Borborbor Group. The initiative highlights the foundation’s dedication to empowering communities and fostering sustainable development initiatives across the country. As beneficiaries of the mechanized borehole, the community was tasked to take charge of its upkeep, thereby ensuring its long-term sustainability and impact.

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