The issues of plastic waste have become a problem since the use of plastic materials has been on the rise across the country. And also another problem facing the country is the inadequate waste management system and also the bad attitude of Ghanaians, where most people throw garbage everywhere, whether in the drains, the street and so on.
This morning, Kwame A-Plus who is a Ghanaian hiplife musician and political activist, posted a video on his Instagram account, which got some reactions from his followers.
According to the person recording the video, the fishermen at the Sakumono beach went fishing in the sea and did not get any fish but their nets rather brought out huge piles of plastic waste from the ocean. The person then called on the leaders of the country to do something about it.
Some of the followers of A-Plus commented that the problems facing the country is mostly caused by the bad attitude of Ghanaians and when there is a change in attitude, people will not dump refuse into waterways and gutters. Others also wrote that the leaders must enforce the laws, so that Ghanaians will change their attitudes.
What is your take on this matter, if there is a change it attitude, will this be solved?
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