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Posted by: Fred Addo
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In a move to combat the escalating effects of climate change, the National Youth Authority (NYA), Keta Municipal Secretariat, has mobilized local youth to participate in the Government of Ghana’s annual tree planting initiative. Their recent endeavor involved planting 200 Royal Palm seedlings alongside the road leading from Cereno Homes through the reclaimed land towards Keta NMTC junction in the Keta Municipality.

Under the guidance of Mr. Francis K. Susuawu, the Director of NYA. Mr. Yonnah K. Keleku, Mr. Fidelis Valentine Doh, Mr. Bernard W.K Doe William, and Mr. Joseph Tornyewonya members of two youth groups enthusiastically contributed to the tree planting exercise. Although the initial target was 300 seedlings, the participating youths successfully planted 200 Royal Palm seedlings, marking a significant step towards environmental sustainability within the municipality.

This initiative not only aligns with the national agenda to mitigate climate change but also underscores the pivotal role of youth engagement in addressing environmental challenges. The concerted efforts of the NYA and local youth signal a promising commitment towards safeguarding the environment and fostering a greener future for Ghana.

Author: Fred Addo

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