Right behind the Independence Square in Accra, Ghana's dependence on foreign help for almost everything played out on the beach.
Some foreigners who were part of the NGO Young Reporters For The Environment were seen picking rubbish on the sandy beaches during a beach cleaning up exercise while locals there were playing football.
The President, Nana Akufo-Addo has been rallying Ghanaians to a forgotten culture of self-reliance. This picture amplifies the enormity of this task.
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