November 30, 2020

“In 90 Days, I Can Make Accra the Cleanest City in Africa” – Journalist

Solomon Kwabena Nana-Ansah

A broadcast journalist in Kumasi, Master Solomon Kwabena Nana-Ansah has said in his latest post that, he can make Accra the cleanest City in Africa if giving the Mandate.

Ghana especially Accra, capital city is challenged with issues of sanitation of which President Nana Addo is fighting to over as he indicated years ago to sanitizing the capital city to become the cleanest city in Africa.
President Nana Addo is yet to achieve his ambition.

However, the broadcast journalist says making Accra the cleanest city in Africa could be achieved in 3 months.

will make Accra thein other to do away with the national canker the country is wallowing in.

The broadcaster stated if the government in Power will grant him his request as a tool to carry out his operation then sanitation issues wallowing Accra and Ghana as whole will be a thing of the past.

He asserted that poor sanitation in the country has erupted a lot of deadly disease and infections.

Even though government has created many avenues to curb the situation but nothing has changed, we still find sanitation issues as problem and this is a cause of financial loss to the State.

He concluded, as a journalist he knows the ways of the people, how they live their lives and how they wish a leader can lead them to get rid of current canker.

I will not rest till I see Ghana clean and sane”, the statement he made in an interview with Newstimesgh.com reporter, Joe Marfo

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“In 90 Days, I Can Make Accra the Cleanest City in Africa” – Journalist

Solomon Kwabena Nana-Ansah

A broadcast journalist in Kumasi, Master Solomon Kwabena Nana-Ansah has said in his latest post that, he can make Accra the cleanest City in Africa if giving the Mandate.

Ghana especially Accra, capital city is challenged with issues of sanitation of which President Nana Addo is fighting to over as he indicated years ago to sanitizing the capital city to become the cleanest city in Africa.
President Nana Addo is yet to achieve his ambition.

However, the broadcast journalist says making Accra the cleanest city in Africa could be achieved in 3 months.

will make Accra thein other to do away with the national canker the country is wallowing in.

The broadcaster stated if the government in Power will grant him his request as a tool to carry out his operation then sanitation issues wallowing Accra and Ghana as whole will be a thing of the past.

He asserted that poor sanitation in the country has erupted a lot of deadly disease and infections.

Even though government has created many avenues to curb the situation but nothing has changed, we still find sanitation issues as problem and this is a cause of financial loss to the State.

He concluded, as a journalist he knows the ways of the people, how they live their lives and how they wish a leader can lead them to get rid of current canker.

I will not rest till I see Ghana clean and sane”, the statement he made in an interview with Newstimesgh.com reporter, Joe Marfo

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