Australian High Commissioner To Ghana Cleans Laboma Beach For #WorldCleanUpDay2020

Gregory Andrews (carrying the dog) with members of the Ghana Wildlife Society. Photo credit: Australian High Commissioner, Ghana/Facebook

Yesterday, various individuals around the world came together to clean their communities.

It was part of activities to celebrate the #WorldCleanUpDay2020.

Here in Ghana, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Gregory Andrews joined the Ghana Wildlife Society for a clean up activity.

They cleaned up the Laboma Beach by clearing the plastic waste deposited on the shore.

“Plastic pollution is a global problem and we all have a role to play. Individuals, governments, private and community organisations, and the United Nations,” he posted on Facebook.

“I was particularly proud of and inspired by the young Ghanaian people today who showed their love for their country Ghana and are clearly so committed to protecting its beauty and the environment in which we all live,” he said.

Even Kofi, the dog was present to help with the clean up.


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