Bishop John Bonaventure Kwofie Lead Clean- Up Exercise To Mark National Sanitation Day At Apowa

The Most Reverend Bishop John Bonaventure Kwofie, the Catholic Bishop of Secondi Takoradi Diocese on Saturday lead churches and people of Apowa in the Ahanta West District of Western Region to mark the national sanitation day of the year which recorded tremendous success.

He was joined by the Chief of Apowa, Nana Amua Gyebu xv, Very Reverend Addo Donkoh, the superintendent of Apowa Circuit of the Methodist Church, Assembly members, and people from various churches in the community.

Commenting on the gesture, Most Reverend Bishop Kwofie said “We all owe this responsibility to our community. It is also the programme of the Catholic Church as Pope Francis has issued an Encyclical to make sure we do our best to keep our environment clean”

Very Reverend Addo Donkoh also hinted the need for authorities to educate people on good hygienic practices to stop them from dumping refuse in the drains and on our street to avoid the outbreak of diseases.

At Apowa the problem noticed was bad drainage system. Drains to help the flow of water were not enough.

Meanwhile the NPP’s aspiring MP for Ahanta West Constituency Lawyer Kojo who joined Bishop Kwofie urged fellow politicians to do decent politics come December 7th elections to avoid all negative things that do not help development. Bishop Kwofie therefore encouraged Ghanaians to come help clean the country not just once but frequently


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