The chiefs and people of Osenase and its surrounding communities have called for the completion of the E-Block started by the previous government to enable the area to have access to a secondary school.
They argued that despite the fact that the area is the second most populated in the West Akyem Municipality, it lacked a secondary school to compliment the growing number.
This came to light at a social auditing organized by the West Akyem Municipal Secretariat of the National Commission for Civic Education (NCCE) at Osenase in the Eastern Region.
The community also called for expansion of the existing water facility to meet the growing demand of the population, expansion of their lorry station and the reconstruction of their public toilet facility.
The people questioned why over 80% of the development projects implemented by the Municipal Assembly from 2017 to 2020 were concentrated in the Asamankese area.
West Akyem Municipal Chief Executive (MCE), Mr Seth Oduro-Boadu, assured that the issues raised by the community would be addressed by the Municipal Assembly.
He, however, explained that the current policy of the government is to encourage landlords to provide toilet facilities in their houses.
West Akyem Municipal Director of the NCCE, Modesta Annie Sapaty, encouraged the chiefs and people of Osenase to demand accountability from duty bearers, since that is one of the surest ways of curbing corruption in public life.
Ms Sapaty explained that social auditing also helped to promote community ownership of developmental projects and increased awareness of the people on operations of the local government in their area.
She said the social auditing project was part of the Accountability, Rule of law and Anti-corruption Programme (ARAP), which sought to promote good governance in Ghana by reducing and improving accountability in compliance with the rule of law.
Nana Agyenim Boateng, Kyiridomhene of Osenase who chaired the programme, expressed appreciation for the platform created for citizens to express their concerns in the presence of the duty bearers and urged the office holders to do well to address the concerns raised by the people.