The National Disaster Management Organisation, NADMO, with the support of their national office has launched a keep Ghana clean Campaign, dubbed, 'AAFA MUDZI - W)NGBE MUDZI'.
The 'AAFA MUDZI - W)NGBE MUDZI'. Campaigned was launched at La Nkwantang Municipality chaired by Municipal Chief Executive, Jennifer Dede and the Member of Parliament Boniface Abubakari.
According to the NADMO Regional Director, Archibold Cobbina, 'AAFA MUDZI - WONGBE MUDZI is simply to Clean up Communities and Homes in a bid to uproot the cancer of indiscriminate disposal of Waste and the dumping of waste into drains".
He added that it's nothing new from their last exercise, ' Operation Prevent Disaster', except that this time they are doing their best to include more celebrities in order to encourage the youth to participate in clean up exercises, as well as educative programmes on improving sanitation.
Mr Cobbina called on cooperate organisations, individuals and the media to support the call to uproot the cancer of filth in our society. He admonished that if Ghanaians don't keep Ghana Clean, Nobody will.
The clean-up exercise was supported by Zoomlion, Asadu Waste, Ghana National Fire Service, Omar Sherrif Captan ( Film Actor), President Obuor and Stonebwoy.