“CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS”
SUGGESTION 1 REGARDING GHANA’S FILTH;
We suggest that the A.M.A can begin to organize competitions: “THE BEST CLEANED NEIGHBORHOOD” in the Country and give handsome rewards for the cleanest neighborhood, and their hard work for doing so. In life, people like to compete and be recognized, and I believe that residents will enjoy cleaning up to be able to win the accolades for their environment being the best and the media publicity that may come with it. It will be a fun thing to do, I suppose. It will slowly begin to catch on to the point that the residents WILL begin to have a “Neighborhood Watch” to monitor and prosecute litterers within their immediate surroundings just to stay on top of their game
SUGGESTION 2 REGARDING GHANA’S FILTH;
Retailers/Store Owners can begin to accept and pay for returned bottles, plastics, things of that nature from consumers/buyers. This way, people WON’T throw away their plastics, knowing that they get paid for returning them. The AMA or the Dept. of Labor on the other hand, in collaboration with the Store Owners/Retailers, can have a scheduled program to pick up these returned empty containers from the Store Owners/Retailers or at designated recycling posts and compensate them too. It is another easy way to recycle whilst making money in your pocket. Everyone wins! In fact, if they even start this program right now, I will bet my bottom dollar that there will be massive plastic-retriever action all over our Mother Land GHANA with people scrambling to get their hands full to return plastics for refunds! In a few months, Ghana can become impeccably clean!
Yes, I love white, and I’d wear it all the time if I could. Some people think I have an issue with cleanliness, but to me it’s just so pretty.
Those who store, package, and sell the food we serve our families have a responsibility to maintain basic standards of cleanliness in their facilities.
Cleanliness is a good thing, which the society should embrace.
GOD BLESS OUR MOTHERLAND GHANA