eShun Calls On Government To Enforce Sanitation Laws In Ghana
Ghanaian singer, Ethel Esi Eshun has called on the government to enforce sanitation laws in the country.
The 22-year-old singer in an interview with ATL 100.5 FM stressed that the habit of Ghanaians littering the environment must be checked.
“If there are enforceable laws on sanitation, I feel the government should enforce them so people who go against this law will be put before the law and get punished for doing so. I believe that if done that way, people will be highly discouraged from littering around to which we all know leads to the many diseases we are battling within this country”, the ‘Fa Me Kor’ songwriter stated.
“Until the government provides bins for public use I plead with everyone to keep trash in their bag or cars and dispose them off properly in the bin when we get to one, not on the streets. That is what I do”, she posited.
eShun added: “If we don’t do this, we will continue to fall sick and experience floods; prayers won’t help us, there is no need calling on God to heal us when we as humans are the ones that litter and bring all sorts of diseases upon ourselves. If we able to create the problem, we are more than capable of fixing the situation.”