The Pentecost Students and Associates (PENSA) in the College of Technology Education – Kumasi of the University of Education, Winneba has embarked on a cleanup exercise on the Coltek campus.
The cleanup exercise started from the east gate near Apatrapa junction where the members swept and picked all the rubbish they came across. Some of the students were sweeping while others pulled along dustbins which were used to collect the rubbish. There were both male and female members who did the clean-up amidst singing in a joyful manner. The exercise continued at the university car park near the UBA bank and then to Atwima hall as well as around the University clinic and many other places within the campus.
Speaking to MYND NEWS, the Vice President of PENSA, UEW-K, Elder Moses Jaba said it was an obligation to all Christians to ensure a clean environment, as the saying goes “Cleanliness is next to Godliness.” He therefore entreated all Christians on campus to engage themselves in every cleanup campaign that may take place within their communities.
The Vice President then concluded by emphasizing on some of the challenges they have been encountering and paramount among them was the lack of equipment. He therefore pleaded for support from the management of the University as well as the SRC.
Story by: Millicent Owusu, Level 100