One of the major problems in the history of Ghana is poor sanitation as dirts are found all across the country. Many efforts from most of our previous leaders were in some ways to no avail whilst others also made a little progress.
It is just a wonderful thing to do to help clean up the country. Some people have take up the cross onto their shoulders to go round, hood to hood and help improve sanitation in the country.
These people move round the country with the hash tag Europe in Ghana which today was the turn of Laboma Beach. It was just an exciting adventure to see these people clean up the area.
As a matter of fact, it was just a great moment there as the award winning rapper Sarkodie just bashes in with his people, joined and cleaned the beach together.
It was such a great moment and he is just a great role model for the youths to follow his steps as upcoming musicians. You should not be too much bossive with the little post you have.
Watch full video below.
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