The Ahwiaa District Women’s Ministry of The Church of Pentecost has donated three waste-bins to the Ahwiaa market and its environs to help promote sanitation in the Ahwiaa community.
The donation, which took place on Saturday, September 7, 2019, was part of a sanitation exercise undertaken by the Women’s Ministry at the Ahwiaa Market in line with the Environmental Care Campaign embedded in Vision 2023 of the church.
The colourful event had in attendance the wife of New Tafo Area Head, Mrs. Mary Antwi, the Ahwiaa District Minister, Pastor Daniel Agyemang Badu and the Women’s Ministry Leader, Deaconess Mary Fynn. They were joined by some Area, District and Ministry executive committee members.
The women of the District thronged the market grounds in their numbers adorned in their white “Environmental Care Campaign” branded outfits as they embarked on the exercise whilst singing melodious songs and hymns.
Mrs. Mary Antwi, who presented the bins to the representatives of the Ahwiaa District, Mr. Kwaku Afrifa Tawiah (Assemblyman of Ebom) and Mr. Osei Brenya Vasco (Assemblyman of Anyinam), encouraged the gathering on the need for sanitation and urged them to make good use of the bins to help preserve the cleanliness of the entire community.
The Assembly members thanked the Ahwiaa Women’s Ministry and the entire church for the kind gesture and their selfless effort to ensure sanitation within the community and promised to maintain the bins and use them for their intended purposes.
Pastor Agyemang Badu revealed that the Environmental Care Campaign would be reciprocated in other communities.