Church of Pentecost chairman leads cleaning exercise at Madina Market (Photos)

Church of Pentecost chairman leads cleaning exercise at Madina Market (Photos)

- Apostle Eric Nyamekye the chairman of the Church of Pentecost led 2.7 million members on a massive clean-up exercise across the country

- The groundbreaking exercise took place on February 29, 2020, and involved a huge range of professionals from all fields of endeavour

- The exercise dubbed "Nationwide Environmental Care Campaign" was undertaken with the mission to make Ghana a clean country

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The chairman of the Church of Pentecost, Apostle Eric Nyamekye, led the church in collaboration with Zoomlion Ghana when he joined hands to clean dirt at the Madina Market

According to, the move was part of a massive clean-up exercise that the entire Church of Pentecost embarked on throughout the country on February 29, 2020.

Reports indicate that the exercise brought out 2.7 million members of the church in Ghana to clean the streets of the various communities, towns, and cities all around the country.

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The massive movement by the church is reported to be the biggest and all-round clean-up exercise that has ever happened in Ghana.

"Nationwide Environmental Care Campaign" was the official name of the groundbreaking exercise which is intended to aid the government to achieve the goal of making Ghana a clean country.

Chiefs, Muslim clerics, Metropolitan, Municipal and District Chief Executives (MMDCEs), Parliamentarians, Assembly Members, among others all joined hands to help complete the exercise.

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See photos of the chairman embarking on the cleanup exercise in the photos group below:

In other news, it has almost become a norm for many young girls seeking stardom and many female celebrities out there to post raunchy pictures of themselves in order to gain traction on social media.

In most cases, it is thought that gaining online traction eventually translates to money as the exposure gained attracts contracts, deals and individuals who may be interested in their affairs.

While that is the case for many, there are also a good number of female Ghanaian celebrities who refrain from the 'strategy' being used by many ladies but still remain attractive and gain massive following online.

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