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Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin in a handshake with Kojo Demanya

RANA MOTORS HAS presented a KIA Sportage car to the Okyenhene Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin to support his sanitation project dubbed, ?Let?s Team Up to Clean Up,? which officially commenced on December 8, 2013.

The donation of the car was to enhance fundraising for the sanitation project, which seeks to stimulate the interest of the residents through the creation of community participation schemes.

The project will also introduce auto litterbags, which would be placed in public vehicles so that drivers and passengers could have a place to dispose of litter.

Citizens, who donate a minimum of GH?1 to support the project through texting CLEAN to 1583 on all networks, stand the chance of winning the car.

The patrons could also win mobile phones daily, three standing fans and TV sets as part of the Okyenhene?s fundraising campaign.

Presenting the keys of the car to Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, Kojo Demanya, the Head of Marketing at Rana Motors, said the company decided to support the Okyenhene?s sanitation project as part of its corporate social responsibility to ensure a clean environment.

He said, ?With the presentation of the car, we know it will encourage a lot of people to raise funds to support Osagyefo and his campaign to bring some sanity and hygiene into our society.

Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin, in response, commended the executives and managers of Rana Motors for fulfilling their promise by supporting the sanitation project.

?The fight against poor sanitation and removing filth from our environment is not only the government?s fight, it is a fight that needs all of us together and it is a fight that all hands should be on deck and even in that still those hands need help.?

The country is behind in so many things, we cannot afford to be behind in the climate conservation revolution, he stated.

?I urge all of you corporate Ghana Civil society, government traditional authorities, every citizen of this country to support this project because its reward is for humanity,? he noted.

 By Jamila Akweley Okertchiri

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