13th March, 2018

| Updated Mar 13, 2018 at 10:19am



The Daily Graphic calls for a radical change of mindset on sanitation issues in Ghana. According to the paper, the situation is alarming when one visits the coastal cities as those who live by the beaches turn the sandy nature of the area into places of convenience, a spectacle that turns away tourists and deprives the nation of revenue. The Graphic says it is for this reason that it saw it prudent to bring together stakeholders last Friday to discuss ways to ensure a clean environment to prevent the outbreak of diseases and also ensure that the President's vision of making Ghana the cleanest city in Africa is rekindled.

The Ghanaian Times add its voice to appeals by the Concerned Cocoa Road Contractors Association to government to intervene to have the outstanding five-million Ghana cedis debt to COCOBOD owed them paid. According to the paper, the situation has brought untold hardship to the contractors and their dependents. The Times, therefore appeals to government to do all it can to pay the outstanding claims of the contractors for sanity to prevail.