Korle Klottey Holds A Stakeholder Meeting On Homowo Clean Up Exercise

The Korle Klottey Municipal Assembly (KoKMA) has convened a stakeholder meeting to discuss plans for a massive clean-up exercise ahead of the upcoming Homowo festival.

The meeting was attended by representatives from various community groups, religious organizations, and local businesses, all of whom were eager to ensure the area is spruced up for the annual celebration.

According to the Municipal Chief Executive, over 1,000 security personnel will be joining the clean-up exercise, which is scheduled to take place for four days. The teams will be tackling a range of issues, from clearing blocked drains and collecting solid waste to beautifying public spaces and removing illegal structures.

"We're really looking forward to working alongside the community on this project, "It's only by pooling our resources and expertise that we can ensure Korle Klottey is ready to welcome the thousands of visitors during the Homowo celebration.

"The Homowo festival is a time of great cultural significance for our community, and it's important that we present our best face to all those who will be visiting from other countries," said Hon. Samuel Nii Adjei Tawiah.

Questions from the audience and the stakeholders were asked, and the municipal chief executive took his time and answered all their questions, assuring them that he will take all their concerns into consideration.



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