British High Commissioner to Ghana, Iain Walker on Saturday, August 31 joined host of Drive Time on Joy FM, Lexis Bill and several other personalities for the health awareness ritual, Walk with Lexis.
The diplomat was among hundreds of enthusiasts who thronged the Ayi Mensah Police Station to keep fit by walking up the mountain.
Apart from Mr Walker, actors Yvonne Nelson and Prince David Osei left their beds in the early morning to join the fun-packed health initiative.
Walk with Lexis, a health awareness campaign spearheaded by Lexis Bill, host of Drive Time on Joy FM, has become a popular exercise because it encourages the culture of exercising and healthy living among Ghanaians.
Since its inception in 2016, the event has seen hundreds of Ghanaians climb up the Aburi Mountain.
It has seen patronage from well-known personalities including Health Minister, Kwaku Agyeman Manu; former Minister for Youth and Sports, Nii Lantey Vanderpuye and Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM).
Participants of Walk with Lexis, apart from walking up the Aburi Mountain, also engaged in vigorous aerobics, health talk, and screening. They also won amazing prizes on the day.
Participants, after walking from the Ayi Mensah Police Station to the Peduase Junior High School, took part in an aerobics session, free health screening provided Medicas Hospital.
Patrons also participated in a health talk as well as exchanged information and contacts for professional and social purposes.
Last year, Walk with Lexis was adjudged the ‘Best CSR Event’ in Ghana.