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#WAI: Concerned citizen shames foreign national for littering Tema Motorway [Video]
The man who shamed a foreign national for littering on the Tema Motorway hopes his actions will serve as a postive example for other Ghanaians.
Kofi Amoah, who describes himself as passionate about the environment, has taken it upon himself to police his surroundings.
This is what led to him chasing after a car on the motorway this past weekend to make sure the man involved walked back to pick up the bottle he had littered the road with.
“I have travelled the world and how will you do that in any developed country,” he said of the man’s littering on the motorway.
“What we want to let Ghanaians know is that we can make Ghana better if we want to. Traveling across the world, we have realized that it is all about attitude and if we bring it down to Ghana, there is so much we are missing out on.”
Kofi Amoah also said he believed sacrifice is key to his efforts to overcome the indiscipline which leaves him “boiling with anger”.
But he adds that his efforts get little support from law enforcement.
“I know the risk involved but the thing is when we tell the police, you don’t see them active. You don’t really see their action.”
He sent out an invitation to the Sanitation Minister, Cecilia Dapaah, asking for a meeting on the matter.