All roads in the national capital of Accra, will lead to Nima, a densely populated Zongo community on Friday night, the paper is aware.
There would be a super jam at the place where Ghanaian and United States (US) music stars would be performing to entertain the expectant big crowd.
Performing on the night include VVIP, Ben Brako, Luther and Tic Tac, all from Ghana and DJ Pack, Jah D King Koahi and Michael Morgan, also from the US.
The music show is being organized to create awareness about an upcoming sanitation programme to keep Nima and other zongo areas in Ghana tidy.
Named as ‘Keep Zongo Clean’, the sanitation programme is the idea of the Inner City and Zongo Development Ministry and it would be launched during the jam.
Broadway Entertainment, event organizers, whose activities also includes the management of music and movie stars and VVIP are part of the sanitation event.
Friday’s jam would mainly help create awareness about an upcoming massive clean-up exercise, which is to take place at Nima early on Saturday morning.
Abdul Fatahu Alhassan, the CEO of Broadway Entertainment, said all the artistes that would be performing are his company’s sanitation ambassadors.
According to him, the Inner City and Zongo Development Ministry is keen to clean all the zongo communities in the country, hence the ‘Keep Zongo Clean’ event.
Fatahu Alhassan said from Nima the new sanitation programme would be moved to the other zongo communities across the country to help beautify those places.
He appealed to the public, notably those living in the zongo communities, to support the sanitation exercise so as to help prevent the spread of diseases.
By: Kwadwo Essel