The Greater Accra Regional Minister, Henry Quartey, has appealed to Ghanaians to come on board and support his fight against indiscipline in the capital.
Mr Quartey is calling on Civil Society Organisations, Churches, the Media and Commercial drivers to join his efforts in making Accra the cleanest city in the country.
In his view, fighting indiscipline in the capital city must be a collaborative effort and not an individual’s work.
“I want to see a system working than a Henry Quartey doing everything, and I have laid the foundations so today let me make this passionate call again to the good people of this region, I cannot do it alone, but I need everybody on board,” the Regional Minister said on Citi TV on Wednesday, February 15.
Mr Quartey also assured of his preparedness to remove all unauthorized billboards across the city.
According to him, the indiscipline associated with the indiscriminate erection of billboards across the city is worrisome, vowing that all illegally erected billboards will be pulled down.
“We are going to start with billboards. We commissioned Mr Dadzie of AAG to do some extensive work over the last 15 months and I will engage them in the next two months. We will send signals around, and we will remove every unauthorised billboard.
“Nobody should come to me and say he is a party person because I won’t even listen,” the Regional Minister told host Bernard Avle.