Our Crocodile Pond is Wasting Away - Residents of Kulmasa
Residents of Kulmasa in the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District of the Savannah Region have expressed concerns over their Crocodile pond, a tourist site in the area, which they say is wasting away.
They bemoaned the gradual dwindling in value of the sites of attraction in the area.
They expressed worry that tourism in the area could be of no value in the coming days if nothing is done to improve the tourism sites in the area.
They called on the government and benevolent groups and individuals to help revamp their Crocodile pond which they say is becoming redundant in the tourism industry.
Mr. Abubakar Bansuma Issahaku, President of the Kulmasa Youth Association, who spoke in an interview with Info News at Kulmasa, appealed stakeholders to invest in the crocodile pond in order to make it a choice of tourist sites in the area to help improve revenue generation for the district.
Assembly Member for the Area, Mr Mwinlanaa Abudu, has also called on the Sawla-Tuna-Kalba District Assembly to channel resources into the Pond which serves as a tourist site.