He said the Local Olympic Committee (LOC) has been given a one month ultimatum to fix a gate at the abandoned Amasaman Sports Stadium; ensure that the place is cleared of weeds; and people are prevented from going there to defecate.
Mr Sappor said this in an interview with the Ghana News Agency at the weekend while expressing concern about the bad stench that has engulfed the area due to dumping of waste and the indiscriminate defecation.
He said it is alarming to see people selling cooked food around the area as this has the potential of causing the outbreak of diseases.
Mr Sappor said stringent measures would be taken against the LOC if they fail to adhere to the fixing of the gate and clearing the abandoned stadium of weeds.
The Health Officer said the Ga West Municipal Assembly shall continue to take appropriate steps to ensure that good sanitation, environmental hygiene and noise abatement are maintained in the area.
He cautioned landlords and house owners who have turned their residential facilities into churches to expect prosecution when caught disturbing their neighbours with their activities.
Mr Sappor said the Municipal Environmental Health outfit shall continue to undertake environmental awareness campaigns for the community members to understand the cause of some of their health problems and ways to keep the environment clean.