The newly appointed tourism ambassador Abeiku Aggrey Santana joined the Guba Foundation and other partner agents to donate cleaning items to a number of schools in the James Town area including Happy Days Academy, Christ the King of King Preparatory etc.
The move was part of Guba’s vision to provide awareness, support and guidance to families, whereby, ensuring that the communities have access to the right information and learn to stay healthy.
Speaking to media; the Tourism Ambassador hinted that “it is necessary to teach the children today about hygiene and cleanliness so it will not be necessary to teach them as adults about the same thing tomorrow. I believe children are the ones that suffer the most and they also have great retentive memory he added.
He expressed concern over frequent outbreak of cholera in the area and said cholera could be avoided by keeping the environment clean and ensuring personal hygiene and urged the public to observe personal hygiene and keep their cleanliness to avoid cholera outbreak again.
He expressed appreciation to the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Guba Foundation, 2131, The British High Commission for supporting this initiative.
Abeiku Santana and his team have been doing a lot in recent times to promote Ghana Tourism potential and urging each and every one to be part of this game changing idea.
He has started engaging and educating Taxi drivers across the Greater Accra Region and urging them to be conscious about the key role they play in the promotion of tourism in Ghana.
He disclosed that Taxi drivers must be knowledgeable in the field as they are the first envoys of every destination and they must be aware of the unique attractions in the various communities and guide tourists to such destinations.
Source: Ryhme Sonny