- Gregory Andrews, the Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, was captured in a video while he cleaned up the dirty Laboma beach in Accra
- The clean-up exercise formed part of activities to mark September 19 as World Clean Up Day 2020
- According to the High Commissioner, he joined the tedious clean-up exercise because of his passion for the environment
The Australian High Commissioner to Ghana, Gregory Andrews, was spotted days ago at the dirty Laboma beach in Accra, cleaning the area with a number of people.
In the video sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official YouTube channel of Ghanavi TV, it is indicated that respected icon's clean-up exercise formed part of activities to mark September 19 as World Clean Up Day 2020.
Gregory Andrews was reported that have joined the Ghana Wildlife Society, along with over 100 volunteers and other partner sanitation agencies to embark on the exercise.
Watch the video below:
Interestingly, the diplomat stated in a brief interview after the tedious clean-up exercise that he joined in because of his passion for the environment.
He also mentioned that the Australian Government was fully committed to preserving nature, which is why the manufacturing and use of most plastic products have been banned.
Gregory has won the hearts of many Ghanaians with his humble lifestyles which include getting neat haircuts at local barbershops, patronising made-in-Ghana goods such as African print clothes and more.
Meanwhile, in another interesting report, Rev Atta Badu Snr, a now renowned Ghanaian pastor who also serves as a Peace Ambassador for the United Nations, has received an international chaplaincy award.
A report sighted by Briefly.co.za on Ghanaweb.com indicates that the respected man of God received the award following his successful graduation from the Word of Life Ministries International (WOLMI) and the Canadian International Chaplaincy Association (CICA).
The ceremony during which Rev Atta Badu Snr got the honour was held in London in the United Kingdom and was graced by many international recognized Christian leaders.
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