A/R:GOV’T MUST INSTALL CCTV CAMERAS TO FIGHT AGAINST POOR SANITATION ISSUES IN THE COUNTRY, SAID APOSTLE MICHAEL ASIEDU.
A/R:GOV'T MUST INSTALL CCTV CAMERAS TO FIGHT AGAINST POOR SANITATION ISSUES IN THE COUNTRY, SAID APOSTLE MICHAEL ASIEDU.
As part of the yearly activities of Church of Pentecost Ghana ,the church has decided to involve the entire congregation across the country on fight against filth agenda to help the government minimize the rapid sanitation challenges facing the country.
According to Apostle Michael Asiedu who is the Area Head of Suame Church of Pentecost,Ghana , government must install Closed Circuit Television Cameras CCTV in the country as a medium in which other developing countries use to fight against poor sanitation challenges in their various countries.
He said ,these cameras can install at advantage positions in various Metropolitan,Municipal and District Assemblies to help spot those recalcitrant people who found dispose garbages on unauthorized places.
He added that, the Sanitation bye- laws should be implement properly to punish those people who violates the law, to set as deterrent to others.
Apostle Michael Aseidu revealed that ,the fight against poor sanitation challenges must not rely on the shoulders of the government alone but the entire people ,especially the church has maximum quota to render through education, and sensitization.
He also called on civil society organizations to support the campaign against poor sanitation through town hall meetings to create awareness to civilians, in other to help cultivate the habit of good disposal of refuse.
Speaking to Onua FM reporter Kwame Baffoe Agyekum during the Church of Pentecost Ghana, Suame District Organized a cleanup exercise at Suame Roundabout towards Otumfour Osei Tutu ll 20 years Anniversary .
Source: Koowaa.com/Kwame Baffoe Agyekum