View from the north edge of Ahenkro of the road leading northward to Bongase and the Bui Dam site. Electricty poles and wires are visible on the roadside. The newly grated road of a year before has suffered erosion in the intervening rainy season. Ahenkro, June, 2009.
The road leading from Ahenkro to Bongase parallels the Banda hills. Visible on the far right (center) is an electrical pole. Electrification was recent at the time of this picture. The mountains near Jama on the north side of the Black Volta River are visible, center. North of Ahenkro, 16 June, 2009.
The mountain range near Jama, north of the Black Volta River, is visible in the distance (center). Electrical lines (foreground) parallel the Ahenkro-Bongase road from which this photo was taken. North of Ahenkro, 16 June, 2009.
The road leading from Ahenkro to Bongase parallels the Banda hills. Visible on the right side of the road are electrical lines and a pole. Electrification was recent at the time of these two photos. North of Ahenkro, 16 June, 2009.
View to the north on the Bongase road, roughly 4 km southwest of Bongase. Electrical poles and wires run alongside the main road. The low-lying area of the road (ahead in the picture) was inundated by flood waters as the lake formed behind Bui Dam after 2013. A bypass had to be constructed and the road here became passable after the 2013 formation of Bui Lake only by a narrow foot bridge. June, 2009.