The government has neglected the people of Jaman districts in the Bono region with the socio-economic needs for many years. Jaman district was created in 1988 but under developed when compared to others.
Jaman north and south districts are the major producers of cashew in Ghana; they produce cocoa and food crops in larger quantities but over 95 per cent of their roads are in the worst state but no Ghanaian government had taken any interest to address it.
The Kwasibuokrom River Papasu Bridge is now a death trap though international road leading to Ivory Coast. The people in authority had forgotten the big sums of revenue the districts loose each day due to the bad roads.
The KBK bride can easily trap any strange driver at any time but still nobody bothered; it had been in the worst state for over 20 years.
Both road shoulders of Kwasibuokrom are already out of hands, the people said they remained indoor for several hours when it rained. The SS Peter and Paul Catholic congregation of KBK is one of the victims; they cannot go to church when it rains in the area.
The Drobo , Nyamefie and Asuogya road is another terrible story of its own, the drivers said, when it rained they use pumping machines to clear the flooded water from the road to make it motorable.
The story teller, Johnson Kofi Takyi been a native of the area and also the director of Nkyeremu News told the story in its natural state with caution.
The mce of the area, hon. Alhaji Abuu admitted the bridge is deadly; the roads are bad but will be fixed
Kwasibuokrom committee chairman Osei Gyan and one driver, Komey also in the area tell their sad stories.
Osei Gyan again pleaded with all natives of KBK elsewhere to support them to complete their palace.