Nunya foundation, habɔbɔ nɔ ɖokuisi aɖe wɔ nunana tɔxe na Dzelukoƒe EP. gɔmedzesuku le Keta nutome. Nunanawo nye Eʋegbegbalẽ vovovo si wo ƒe home ade ₵1,500 kple edzivɔ.
Agbalẽawo ƒe ɖewoe nye Nyaseto 1 & 2, Nunyamɔ 2B, 3B kple 5B, Agbe Nye Nu Si Newɔe, Kesinɔnu Kple Yayra, Nya Zɔzɔ, Tɔkɔ Atɔ̃lia, Do Eʋegbe Mase I kple bubuawo.
Efo Michael Deh amesi wo ga yɔ na be Keta Yevu eye wonye Nunya Foundation hametɔ lae tia suku sia na dɔ sia wɔwɔ.
Aƒetɔ Christian Zogli, si nye habɔbɔ la ƒe zimenɔla la ɖe susu si ta woɖo habɔbɔ la gblɔ na nutis.org be yewo kpɔe be gbe la dodo, eŋɔŋlɔ kple exexlẽ le to yim, eye ne ame aɖe ke meɖe afɔ ɖe eŋu o la gbea aku. Susu sia tae yewo ɖoe le Nunya Foundation be, ele be yiwo agbɔ agbe Eʋegbe la, vevietɔ le sukuviwo dome.
Chairman Christian Zogli
Habɔbɔ la ƒe afɔ si woɖe la do dzidzɔ na sukuviwo kple nufialawo kpakple wɔna la teƒekpɔlawo katã. Dzelukoƒe EP Gɔmedzesukutatɔ Aƒetɔ William Dumeda gblɔ le wɔna la teƒe be, taflatse, agbale siwo yewo hĩa na Eʋegbesɔsrɔ̃ la ƒe ɖeke me le yewo si o, eyata afɔɖeɖe sia do dzidzɔ na yewo alegbegbe.
Aƒetɔ William Dumeda – Tatɔ, Dzelukoƒe E.P Gɔmedzesuku
Dumegã ESK Kwau amesi wɔ dɔ kpɔ abe sukutatɔ ene le KETASCO la nɔ wɔna sia teƒe. Efa konyi tso alesi egbeviwo trɔ Eʋegbe la tatu hafi do na zi geɖe la ŋuti vevie. Eƒo abɔta na Nunya Foundation le woƒe agbagba dzedze be yewo agbɔ agbe Eʋegbe la ta eye wodoe ɖe Eʋeviwo katã le aƒe kple gbe sia gbɔ be woado alɔ habɔbɔ la hena dɔ la ƒe takeke.
Nunya Foundation do ŋgɔ wɔ nunana sia ƒomevi na Agotime Akpokɔpe DA Basic School, Agotime – Ziope nutome., Amedzikope RC Basic School, Ketu South nutome, kple Tsavanya DA Basic School, South Tongu nutome.
Nunya Foundation, tɔwo bia be ame sia ame na kpe ɖe yiwo ŋuti hena habɔbɔ la ƒe zɔɖeɖe alebe taɖodzinu si nye be Eʋegbe na nɔ agbe ne megbeviwo la na teŋu ava eme.
Seyram Music, Eʋe hadzila dzeaɖaŋula, yi ɖa wɔ ha yeye aɖe kple radio dɔwɔla Dj Comma le Abor nutome le Amugã nutome. Ha si wowɔ, eye wome kpɔ ɖe ɖe go haɖe o la ƒe ŋkɔ enye Gbɔgbɔvɔ̃. Ha, gbɔgbɔvɔ̃ nye nuxlɔ̃ame ha si le gbɔblɔm be, ne amewo tsi trɛ ɖe ŋu wó alekeke hã la ŋɔ megadzi wó o elabena dziɖuɖu fiakuku la asu asi wo kpuie. Snd up Aƒetɔ Ben Dotsei Malor, amesi lɔa Seyram ƒe hawo ŋutɔ la ƒe ŋkuwo kle Seyram ƒe gbeƒã si wóɖe le Facebook dzi tso eƒe mɔzɔzɔ la ŋu, eye wobia tso esi be ne ɖitsa ne woaɖa kpɔ Amissah-Arthur Learning Center nusrɔƒe si le yewode Ohawu la ɖa. Nyateƒe hã Seyram le eƒe wɔnawo le Abor vɔ megbe la ɖo dzokeke ɖo ta Ohawu Snd up….. Dumegã Ben Dotsei Malor nye dɔmega le UN Dailies, dukɔƒoƒuwo ƒe nyadzɔdzɔdɔwɔƒe le Amerika blotsi. Eƒe nuŋɔŋlɔwo ɖe Facebook dzi ɖe dzesi be, eɖoa to Seyram ƒe hawo ɣe sia ɣi. Seyram ƒe afɔɖeɖe sia do dzidzɔ nɛ ŋutɔ. Snd up….. Dumegã ƒe nuxlɔ̃ame nya aɖewo na Seyram. Esia yi na nye kpli wo sia hã. Egblɔ be “le be na ɖokuiwo. Ne edo koronabui gbãtɔ la, tekpɔ nado evelia. Asikɔklɔ le vevie. Wɔ esiawo nanɔ dedie na mi” Amissah Arthur learning center nye nusrɔƒe si wotu tsɔ de bubu Ghana dukplɔla kpeɖeŋutɔ xoxoa ameyinugbe Paa Kwesi Amissah Arthur ŋuti. Dumegã Ben Dotsei Malor ye nɔ ŋgɔ na nusrɔƒe sia tutu.
Kpeve-Hohoe Cocoa District Cooperative urged to grow more cocoa. The regional Produce Buying Company has charged cocoa farmers to ensure their beans are well preserved to be approved at the buying centers.
To this end cocoa growers within Kpeve through Tsibu to Peki were encouraged to take advantage of the arable lands to cultivate cocoa in large quantities as used to be in the past before the 1983 bush fires. This was contained in address to participants of the Kpeve-Hohoe Cocoa District Cooperative meeting at Peki.
Farmers were presented with membership certificates in a short ceremony.
Cocoa growing groups making this unit include Peki, Kpeve, Tsibu, Anyensu, Anum, Boso, Toh Kpalime, Tongor, Todome, Adzokoe and Vume.
According to the PBC, it became important to form a cooperative and then unions so cocoa famers in the country would have a united front for seamless and timely access to farm inputs.
The area director of COCOBOD in his address to participants, told farmers to desist from using weed killers and rather use the slahers, prunners and motto blowers to take care of the farms in order to meet growing standards.
Some participants speaking to nutis.org said the farm tools which the COCOBOD has given to them are good because they will protect the soil components from being destroyed by chemicals. They however lamented the about the machinery being inadequate.
The Volta Regional Cocoa Chief Farmer Nana Abass admonished participants to cut down old cocoa trees and plant new ones.
And as is the norm, technical officers and farmhands from COCOBOD will assist in caring for the new trees for two years and handed over to the farm owners.
One participant Mr. Albert Percy Feyi says the meeting has exposed him to new ideas and drawn his attention to the need to take care of his farm by weeding and applying the chemicals on time for greater yield.
Le egbe ƒe mɔɖaŋu kple ŋkuʋuʋu sia me la ame ateŋu awɔ dɔ alo asrɔ nu le afi sia afi wòle la bɔbɔe eye ɖe intanet ta.
Nublanuitɔe la me le duviwo kple kɔƒedu geɖewo me alea haɖe o; kaƒodɔwɔƒewo ƒe ŋuse mede blibo alo seŋu le teƒe aɖewo abe Tsibu-Awudome la ene o.
Tsibu-Awudometɔwo le Ho-West nutome la meteaŋu wɔa intanet ŋudɔ le wo ƒe aƒewo me o, negbe ɖe wodo ɖe ablɔ dzi hafi.
Nɔnɔme sia ta ne ɣe ɖo to ko la ɖekakpuiwo kple ɖetugbiwo do na ɖe teƒe si woɖe ŋkɔ na ‘network zone’ hafi ageɖe kame le intanet dzi kple xɔlɔ̃wo kple ƒometɔ siwo le gbedzi la.
Togbɔ be duamenɔlawo akpa gãtɔ nye agbledelawo koŋ hã la, asitɛlɛfon le wo katã kloe si. Ke kaƒoƒo kple intanet enye nusi ɖea fu na wo vevie elabe, kaƒodɔwɔƒe aɖeke ƒe ŋuse meli ke tututu ɖe afisia o.
Gɔmedzesuku, asisrɔ̃suku, agbalẽxleƒe kple dɔyɔƒesue le Tsibu du sia me. Le egbe ƒe mɔɖaŋu nyawo me la, dɔwɔƒewo, sukuwo, lamese dɔwɔƒewo kple bubuawo keŋ hĩa intanet hena zɔɖeɖe gake Tsibu mate ŋu aƒo adegbe le intanet ƒe kelili ŋuti o.
Assemblymenɔla na Tsibu-Dafor-Bethel ametia nuto Selorm Danso gblɔ na nutis.org be “hafi nakpɔ internet nyuie la, elebe natɔ ɖe Bethel junction, alo bus stop alo EP gbedoxɔ gbɔ.’
Egblɔ be MTN dɔwɔƒea le agbagba dzem be woatsɔ Mast avae be kuxi sia nu natso. Ke eƒo koko be dutɔwo kple wo ƒe ametsitsiwo bena woawɔ nuteƒe be mast la natu kaba.
Nyadzɔdzɔ dɔwɔlae menye eye intanet manɔmee la nye mate ŋu awɔ dɔ le nye aƒeme le Tsibu o eye nutis.org kple social media wo akpe fu, negbe meyi teƒe etɔ̃ siwo wona ŋkɔe be ‘network zone’ la dometɔ ɖeka. Metee kpɔ gake mede dzi nye o.
‘Fi ke xe woakpɔ network woasẽ koŋ enye bus stop’ dumevi aɖe gblɔ na nutis.org.
Hansbehks, Lukhaid Oba, Aroma4Christ wonye hadzilawo tso du sia me. Dɔwɔlagãgã geɖewo hã tso du sia me eye adzro mi be mianɔ aƒe vam kabakaba anɔ mɔkeke ɖum edziedzi gake nɔnɔme sia made mia ƒe dɔwo dzi o.
In todays technological world one can live, study and work from any location and still stay connected with the entire universe easily.
Unfortunately, rural Ghana still suffers the challenge of poor, telecommunication network connectivity. One such communities is my own home Tsibu-Awudome in the Ho-West Municipality where residents cannot surf the internet in the comfort of the homes.
Due to this internet connectivity challenge, a large majority of the youth in particular move to locations which are considered ‘hotspots’ to connect to the rest of the world on their mobile devices. There are only three such spots in the community.
Tsibu has a basic school, a vocational school, a library as well as a clinic. All of these facilities need internet to provide quality services.
Even though residents are predominantly farmers most use mobile phones. They lament at the constant fluctuation of the mobile network services.
In this day and age access to internet is a ‘right’ in certain jurisdictions and making life easy for businesses, schools and health facilities among others. However, parts of Ghana still suffer unstable mobile networks.
At dusk young men in particular parade the roadside just to catch some mobile signals to make calls or visit Facebook and Whatsapp.
Selorm Danso the Assembly man of the area told nutis.org that “we receive strong signals at Bethel junction, the main bus stop and near the EP Church. It is a challenge because students and teachers are unable to engage in any meaningful research for their studies.”
He hinted work has begun to get MTN to plant their mast in order to end this frustration of unstable connection. He called on local stakeholders to cooperate for the mast to be brought in as soon as possible.
I am a journalist. Without stable internet connection nutis.org and social media handles could not be updated in the comfort of my home in Tsibu Awudome. For firsthand experience, I visited one of the three ‘network zones’ the bus stop, to upload some stories. I was not successful.
The network kept fluctuating and not even a single story was uploaded the whole time I stayed there.
But one of the three mobile money vendors told me that of all the network zones’ this is where it is most stable. He said “at this point Vodafone and AirtelTigo work better especially in the evenings.”
I perceive that other natives of Tsibu Awudome who are businessmen and women, entertainers and so on would, like me, love to frequent Tsibu for sometime to enjoy the true warmth of family, fresh food, clean air and the serene atmosphere while we work. Unfortunately, the poor connectivity would not let us.