- The Accra beautification project that is transforming the looks of Ghana's capital city has some great personalities behind it
- It is been revealed that one of the supervisors is Kizito Amartey, a reverend at the popular Manner Mission Church in Accra
- Reports indicate that the initiative is spearheaded by the Creative Arts Council led by the daughter of the president, Gyankromah Akufo-Addo
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Reverend Kizito Amartey, a pastor at the Manner Mission Church in Accra has confirmed to YEN.com.gh he is one of the supervisors on the Accra Beautification Project in support of the mission to make Accra the cleanest city in Africa.
It would be recalled how it was earlier reported that the initiative is being spearheaded by the Creative Arts Council led by its vibrant creative director and daughter of the president, Gyankromah Akufo-Addo.
The Manner Mission pastor, an executive member serving under the auspices of the Ghana Association of Visual Artists (GAVA) is one of the supervisors ensuring that the artworks being done at Ako-Adjei Interchange, GBC, The Children's Park among others, are done to perfection.
A key motive for the initiative was to prevent the capital city of Accra from dirt as efforts are being put in place to make it an extremely neat place.
It was noticed that many Ghanaians have complained about numerous posters that are usually pasted at random places around the city, adding to the unpleasant look of the urban area.
Apart from just giving the city a stunning look, the graffiti project would also deter the general public from posting bills and making random marks that dirty the city.
Knowing that the beautification project includes men of God like Kizito Amartey and personalities like Gyankromah Akufo-Addo, it can be said that the initiative is truly in good hands.
In other news concerning a man of God, popular opinionated Ghanaian Prophet Kofi Oduro who is the head Pastor and founder of Alabaster International Ministries (Alabaster House Chapel) has been spotted on the streets of Circle preaching the gospel.
The rather amazing photos were sighted by YEN.com.gh and were rather interesting as it is rare to sight popular Ghanaian preachers taking the gospel to the streets.
Usually, the roads are saved for 'underground' preachers who have not founded any churches or are not ordained pastors in any church.
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