The Clean Ghana campaign, an environmental sensitisation initiative between JoyNews and Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), which was suspended last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic, has resumed.

The program which was launched two years ago was a weekly event in which AMA Environmental Heath Inspectors go to different communities to inspect the sanitary status of the surroundings.

They also take the opportunity to educate residents on sound environmental practices.

In today’s edition, the team visited Accra Timber Market in the Adedemkpo area, questioning a food vendor selling in an unhygienic environment.

They also cautioned some residents who close to a gutter filled with plastic waste.

Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes
Photos: JoyNews Clean Ghana Campaign resumes