The Member of Parliament for Okaikoi South Constituency, Dakua Newmann, is expected to headline the event which will see the leaders of the church led by the Senior Pastor, Reverend Anthony John Doeh, in attendance.
The exercise is also expected to attract a number of government institutions including, the Okaikoi South Sub-metro and Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA).
Waste management company giant Zoomlion Ghana Limited is widely expected to deploy its heavy duty equipment to aid in the exercise.
As Accra, the capital, faces one of its biggest threats – sanitation, coupled with its attendant health consequences, officials of the church believe the move will reduce drastically the menace of filth and ultimately reduce the incidences of cholera.
As a result, volumes of debris deposited at several points in the community remain uncollected and the church see it the need to clear them before they wreck havoc.
The exercise will see participants desilt gutters, weed the environment and also collect heaps of refuse dumped at unauthorized places.
The exercise forms part of the church's year-long 50th anniversary celebration which has so far witnessed a number of activities which started in January this year.
Members of the 50th anniversary organizing committee note, “The exercise is part of our corporate social responsibility towards the North Kaneshie community where our operation has thrived for the last 50 years.”
The theme for the exercise is: ‘Keeping our communities clean and free from filth'.
“We are also calling on all and sundry to join the church for this exercise which begins at 6:00 AM at North Kaneshie, Demod.”
By Richard Bright Addo|3news.com|Ghana