Kulaw residents climb trees to make phone calls; threaten to chase out politicians [Video]

Politicians and district revenue collectors could soon become persona non-grata in the Kulaw community in the East Gonja district of the Northern Region if the government continues to deny them development projects.

According to them, present and past governments have shown no concern in bringing development to the area.
Among their struggles, the residents are compelled to climb trees in search of mobile network reception.
They have threatened to chase out their MP and other politicians if their conditions remain the same.
Click below to watch a video capturing the woes of the Kulaw community in a report filed by Citi News’ Hafiz Tijani:

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