For some time now, the sanitation has become a major issue in the major cities across the country, as refuse is seen every on the streets and even in the trenches meant for water.
Today, the Municipal Chief Executive of the Ga Central Municipality, Dr Emmanuel Lartey has gotten a lot of applause. From Ghanaians, as he led his team together with the departmental heads of his office to participate in a cleanup exercise geared towards making Accra the cleanest city in West Africa.
During the exercise, he spoke with Angel Fm, where he said that Ghanaians must have a change in attitude and desist from dumping refuse on the streets and in the waterways. He also went on to say that when someone is caught from henceforth he is going to deal with that person very well. He then advised the other MCEs to do the same, so that the goal can be accomplished.
What do you think of this initiative carried out by the MCE? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.
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