Mahama gifts the BuzStop Boys GHC50,000


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John Mahama, the former president of Ghana, recently made a substantial donation to the BuzStop Boys, a neighbourhood volunteer organisation whose mission is to clean and maintain Accra’s public areas. Mahama gave GH₵50,000 to help them with their initiatives to improve environmental sustainability and community hygiene.

The BuzStop Boys are well-known for their neighborhood-based, grassroots efforts to combat urban waste and encourage cleanliness. Among their tasks are planning frequent cleanup events, educating the public about the value of cleanliness, and enticing them to help maintain public areas clean.

Mahama’s contribution demonstrates his dedication to advancing neighbourhood projects and enhancing hygienic conditions and public health. He highlighted the value of these volunteer organisations in promoting environmental stewardship and civic duty in a statement, praising the BuzStop Boys for their commitment and influence.

Mahama’s charitable act fits with his history of supporting social causes. He highlighted his continued support for numerous local and national initiatives earlier by donating $10,000 to Ghana’s amputee national football team following their victory in the Amputee Africa Cup of Nations.

The BuzStop Boys’ donation is anticipated to increase their ability to perform more thorough cleaning tasks and broaden their service area, ultimately leading to a healthier and cleaner Accra.

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