One of Ghana’s largest pentecostal movement has intensified its campaign to heighten Christian awareness in keeping their environment clean.
The Church of Pentecost on Saturday, June 1, 2019, deployed its youth members within the Feyiase District to clean up markets in Aputuogya and Feyiase – two of the busiest markets in the Bosomtwe District.
Members from the Feyiase District Zone A, which has at least 10 churches poured into the streets, cleaning gutters, eradicating filth, a physical co-relation of Christ’s cleansing work in sinner’s hearts.
The church also spent time cleaning gutters around the Feyiase Police Station as well.
The Church’s nationwide campaign was launched November 2018 as a year-long activity to support government’s sanitation efforts.
It is a social responsibility element of the church’s new vision – “Possessing the nations”.
Dubbed “the Environmental Care Campaign”, the District Secretary, Elder Daniel Appau led youth leaders and members in the exercise which attracted rave commendation of market women and hawkers.
Elder Richard Ntiamoah, also mobilised youths to participate in the exercise.
Participants also took the opportunity to educate residents on the need to keep their environment clean.
The clean-up exercise was held with the support of the leading waste management company, Zoomlion Ghana Limited.
Source: Daily Mail GH