A Non-Governmental Organisation, Let Love Lead has embarked on a massive clean-up exercise at Spintex, a suburb of Accra.

The exercise which was patronised by residents according to founder of the NGO who doubles as a Chief and renowned Philanthropist Dawood AKwesi Agyemang also known as Big Dawood was in honour of the victims of the June 3 twin disaster.

The second annual sanitation drive was undertaken by the NGO in partnership with the Ministry of Sanitation and Water Resources, Tema West Municipal Assembly, Security Services, ZoomLion Ghana, Buzz Stop Boys, and other local stakeholders. Big Dawood emphasized the need for such partnerships and support in addressing community needs.

The clean-up initiative saw the enthusiastic participation of nearly 100 volunteers, who dedicated their time to cleanse the stretch from Palace Supermarket to Baatsona Total. The volunteers, equipped with cleaning tools and protective gear, worked tirelessly to clear the streets of debris, rubbish, and dirt. This not only beautified the area but also highlighted the importance of community involvement in maintaining a clean and healthy environment.

The event was graced by several notable figures, including popular music duo Keche, renowned DJ Sky, Mr Albis the CEO of A1 Diesel Ltd, Mr Muhi from Rana Motors and Bikelife Ghana LBG, CEO of Bestbrain Books, Marketing Consultant Victor Ebo Anderson jnr (Kizomba King), and WatsUp TV CEO, ABD Traore. Their presence added a touch of celebrity to the event, drawing attention to the cause and encouraging more people to join the effort. Additionally, the recent immediate past Police Commander of Spintex, Chief Superintendent Sadongo Bawa, was present, underscoring the importance of security and community collaboration in such initiatives.

The June 3rd disaster remains a sombre chapter in Ghana’s history, with its devastating impact felt deeply across the nation. This annual commemoration serves as a reminder of the resilience of those affected and the ongoing need for community support. The Let Love Lead NGO, known for its philanthropic activities, took this opportunity to not only clean the environment but also to extend a helping hand to those still affected by the disaster.

In addition to the clean-up, the NGO distributed gift items to victims of the June 3rd disaster. This gesture of compassion and solidarity aimed to provide some comfort and support to those who continue to rebuild their lives following the tragedy. The presentation of gifts was a poignant moment, symbolizing the community’s ongoing commitment to support and uplift its members.

“The success of the event was largely due to the collaborative efforts of the various partners. ZoomLion Ghana, a leading waste management company, provided essential logistical support, including waste collection and disposal services. The Bus Stop Boys, a local community group, played a crucial role in mobilizing volunteers and ensuring the smooth operation of the clean-up.” He stated

Big Dawood, the driving force behind the Let Love Lead NGO, also known as NENE LARTEY OSAKONOR l, expressed his gratitude to all the partners and volunteers. “Today’s event is a testament to what we can achieve when we come together with a shared purpose. It’s not just about cleaning the streets; it’s about showing love and support to our community, especially to those who have suffered,” he said.

The successful clean-up and commemorative event marks a significant step in fostering community spirit and environmental consciousness in Spintex. The Let Love Lead NGO plans to continue its efforts, with more activities aimed at promoting social welfare and community engagement.

As the Spintex community moves forward, events like these serve as a reminder of the strength and resilience that come from unity and shared purpose. By honouring the past and working together in the present, the community can build a brighter and more sustainable future.

The Let Love Lead NGO, spearheaded by Big Dawood, is dedicated to fostering love, unity, and support within communities across Ghana. Through various initiatives, the NGO strives to uplift those in need and promote a spirit of collective responsibility and care.

Source: Ghana/Starrfm.com.gh/103.5FM