International advocacy organisation, Global Citizen, final weekend held a cleanup exercise in Accra as a part of activities in the build-up to the Global Citizen Festival.

The clean-up exercise, organized in collaboration with Plastic Punch, was aimed at elevating consciousness concerning the significance of defending the environment together with local weather justice for loss and harm.
Volunteers who joined the cleanup exercise at the Regional Maritime University collected plastic waste, data, in addition to engaged in activities akin to socialization and yoga.

Vice President of Global Policy, Liz Agbor-Tabi who acknowledged the spectacular turn-out of the occasion, told Joy Entertainment’s Nicholas Ekow Yamoah, that the exercise was to call for consideration to enhance sanitation in our a part of the world.

“One of the issues that we see in the climate crisis manifesting here in Africa is environmental degradation and inadequate sanitation management. Today’s exercise was to call to attention the need for improved sanitation management and also our responsibility as citizens, as individuals in addressing this challenge that impacts our communities”, she revealed.

The 2022 Global Citizen Festival takes place on Saturday, September 24, 2022, at the Black Star Square in Accra, Ghana, powered by Joy Entertainment. It is introduced by Harith General Partners, and in New York City’s Central Park, introduced by Citi and Cisco concurrently.

Performing for the primary time in Ghana at the festival is RnB legend Usher Raymond joined by singer/songwriter SZA, Grammy award-winning artiste H.E.R and Nigeria’s Tems. Also becoming a member of the lineup are Ghanaian rapper Sarkodie, Reggae/Dancehall artiste Stonebwoy, English rapper Stormzy, and musician Gyakie.

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