Residents of Papase, a community in the Ga West Municipality of the Greater Accra Region have reiterated their call on the Ministry of Communication and the Telecommunication companies operating in the country to as a matter of urgency erect communication mast in their community to enhance the quality of telephone conversations.
According to them making a phone call has become a very big source of worry to them due to the lack of network coverage.
In an interview with Ghananewsonline.com.gh at Papase, Nii Komey Papa-Asa III, the Chief of Papase said the lack of mobile network in the area is one of the major problems the community is facing.
He explained that residents have to go to Adjen-Kotoku, Medie, Akotoshi and nearby towns just for network coverage for phone calls.
Nii Komey Papa-Asa III added that due to the poor nature of the telecommunication networks in the community it is becoming extremely difficult to reach the Ghana Police Service and the Ghana National Fire Service in cases of emergency.
He therefore appealed to the Ministry of Communications and the telecommunication operators to come to their aid to erect masts in the town so that they can also sit at the comfort of their homes and make calls to any part of the country.
Source: Paul Mamattah