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Gasmilla, others gears up for clean-up exercise with fishermen‏

Gasmilla, others gears up for clean-up exercise with fishermen‏

The African E-News

Currently the latest street and the fisherman’s term, ‘Telemo’ hitmaker, Gasmilla has considerately taking a bold, but brilliant step to organize a clean up exercise prior to this year’s Homowo Festival (Hooting at hunger).

The Homowo festivity which seeks to remind the people of Ga-Adangbe of their long journey to this day; is specially purposed for Fishermen living at shores of the sea and it’s neighboring communities.

However, the rationale behind the Ghanaian musician’s campaign is an initiative by the Fishermen Records to bring together all fisher men to clean beaches at suburbs including Gamashie, Osu, Teshie, Labadi, and Nungua from August to September.

The exercise features artistes including EL, Edem, Screw face, Luther, Eazzy, Okyeame Kwame, and D-Black.

According to Gasmilla, the artistes billed to partake in the clean-up exercise are featured on the theme song for the project which is yet to be released.

He indicated that he feels motivated; knowing these musicians and other celebrities as well as chiefs of the various communities are assisting him fight a good course, which will have a great impact in the various communities.

After the entire clean-up exercise slated on the various dates in each community; will be a grand street jam in the evenings to congratulate the each member of the community for their good work done and participation.

Below are the dates slated for the upcoming clean up exercise;

Date                                                                 Community

August, 15 2015                                               Gamashie
August, 22 2015                                               Osu
August, 29 2015                                               Labadi
September, 5 2015                                          Teshie
September, 12 2015                                        Nungua

 

Editor’s Note: Submitted by John Claude Tamakloe.

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