Following the Atomic gas explosion in the capital city of Accra and Prior to that was trade fair gas explosion also in Accra several lives has been lost which has become a National concern for deliberation as to what needs to be done to curb future occurrence.
Its from this backdrop that the boss of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has rubbished suggestions currently ongoing that gas filling stations should not be operationalised at residential areas.
The EPA boss Mr Abum Sarkodie said that there is no law in Ghana that prevents people from setting up their gas filling stations in residentials areas in an interview granted to Kessben FM Omanhene on the morning show dubbed Maakye.
Reacting on Kessben fm to the EPA boss assertions,The Chief Executive Officer of Dannywise Estate and Construction limited Mr Frank Danyansah said the EPA capo was simply ignorant of the law and blatantly goofed for making such pronoucement that there is no law that inhibit the siting of gas filling station in residential vicinities.
The Young CEO said that in 2015 he was part of Ghana Real Estate Development Association (GREDA) who presented a land use and spacial planning bill to parliamentary select committee on works and housing committee and the bill was passed to that regards by then Hon Doe Adjaho before that parliament rosed to give way to the new and current parliament.
Below is full audio and video interview of Dannywise