The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has propelled the “Think Clean Project” at Abossey Okai to guarantee a rottenness free condition.
The dispatch was as a team with the Metropolitan Waste and Allied Services (MWAS) and the Abossey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association.
Mr Mohammed Nii Adjei Sowah, the Accra Metropolitan Chief Executive, who propelled the undertaking, said Abossey Okai would soon turn into a Model Business Enclave free from rottenness and to be duplicated in other business focuses in Accra.
Under the “Think Clean Project,” shop proprietors in Abossey Okai would be enrolled at GH¢10.00 each while table best merchants would pay GH¢5.00 each toward the finish of consistently to guarantee the smooth running of the task.
Mr Sowah lauded the extra parts merchants relationship for their enormous commitment amid the national sanitation day practice and asked them to keep supporting the venture, which would be attempted by MWAS in the zone.
He prompted the general population to be dependable by arranging off the rottenness they create and cautioned that anybody discovered spurning the sanitation bye laws would be indicted.
Mr Gershon Sogbey, the General Manager of MWAS exhibited more than 200 waste containers in help of the task to be set at vantage focuses in the territory.
He said the organization would likewise convey three compaction trucks, 10 tricycles, wheelbarrows, floor brushes, gloves and 90 part work power to make the program a win.
The organization would additionally give streetlights since their operations would typically be done during the evening.
Madam Florence Larbi, a board individual from MWAS communicated the organization’s bliss to be a piece of the venture and encouraged everybody to help guarantee a clean Abossey Okai.
Mr Ebenezer Nii Narh Nartey, the Member of Parliament for Ablekuma Central encouraged shop proprietors, and merchants in the range to consistently pay their tolls to empower the specialist organizations to counterbalance their operational cost.
He additionally approached the administration of the specialist co-ops to pay the cleaners on time to spur them to put forth a valiant effort while counseling the cleaners not to underestimate their work.
Mr Nartey guaranteed the inhabitants and shop proprietors of Abossey Okai of the development of seepage framework in the range to avert flooding and the settling of around 200 streetlights to control taking during the evening.
Mr Clement Boateng, the Public Relations Officer of the Abossey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association offered thanks to the AMA and the MWAS for the undertaking Abossey Okai, including that, a team had been framed to guarantee the consistence of the sanitation bye laws.