Let's do it Ghana to organize cleanup at Laboma Beach on Saturday September 19

Let's do it Ghana to organize cleanup at Laboma Beach on Saturday September 19

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Mrs. Kate Opoku, Ghana country manager of Let’s Do It says cleanliness is next to holiness, and wants Ghanaians to practice holiness by living in a clean environment.

She was speaking on their activity coming up on Saturday at the Laboma Beach which is to sensitise people and educate them on the need to be clean on World Cleanup Day, September 19.

She noted that chosing to cleanup the beach is positive to tourism and nature, while maintaining the beauty of the sand and sea not to be contaminated by waste and saving marine life.

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According to Kate Opoku, war against plastic waste cannot be handled by one person or organization, so she invites all to join them or play a part by cleaning up any slum or dirty place.

“Cleanups are not meant to replace regular waste management. With cleanups, we draw attention to littering, trash blindness and general mismanagement of waste” she said.

Join the #WorldCleanupDay in Ghana and contribute to a cleaner and waste-free marine ecosystem for all as well as hold the biggest corporate polluters accountable with #BrandAudit2020.

Venue: The Laboma Beach Resort, Accra. Time: 7am – 12noon.

All #COVID2019 safety protocols shall be observed. Hand gloves and face/nose masks will be provided for free. COME ALONG WITH YOUR REFILLABLE WATER BOTTLE!

Follow this link to register and participate - https://registration.worldcleanupday.org/en/register/47

Let's do it for marine life!

Let's do it for Ghana!

Let's do it for our future generations!

For further enquiries, contact us on 024 806 7464 / 0595123043

The programme is supported by African Olympic Committees (ANOCA), Ghana Olympic Committee (GOC), Ghana Wildlife Society, Australian High Commissioner, Decathlon Ghana European Union in Ghana Bolt Ghana Youth Environmental Movement CleanMetro Ghana Greenway International Foundation, Coastal Conservancy Organisation Ghana.

By Sammy Heywood Okine

 

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