On Friday, as the nation celebrated its founder, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, members of Commonwealth hall also planned to keep their hall in order, through a cleanup exercise dubbed “The House of Lords Cleanup Exercise”.
The idea of the cleanup was to keep the hall neat to avoid diseases such as malaria which is on the wide spread. Commonwealth hall is noted for its cleanliness – as the best neatest hall on campus.
Vandalism stands for unity and the truth so this cleanup exercise is to bring together all the freshers and the continuing students as one family and as the popular adage says “together we stand, divided we fall” so through togetherness and selflessness, the hall would be void of sickness and everyone would live in unity and peace.
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