Speaking to reporters in Cape Coast, Central Region, Zoomlion Public Jobs Manager for Central Region, Robert Kingsley Ayemi, said his team, which started working before Game 6, will continue to work even after the match. event to ensure that the Cape Coast Sports Stadium, the event venue and its surrounding communities, were always clean.
“We have deployed more than 400 YEA staff to all the streets in the region from Kasoa. Even after the cleanup exercise, we were painting curbs along the road, hoisting flags from Kasoa to Winneba, Mfantsiman, Yamoransah and then to Cape Coast.,” he said.
Mr. Ayemi said that before the event, the national committee responsible for ensuring the smooth running of the event instructed its outfit to ensure that the venue and the whole area are clean, adding that the celebration of the 65th day of independence was marked in a clean environment. .
“Prior to the start of the event, the National Committee met with Zoomlion to address waste management issues at the venue and in the region. We first started with a series of clean-up exercises in the central regional capital, Cape Coast, where our staff were tasked with picking up every liter on the ground, and that’s how we succeeded during the event,” he explained.
Zoomlion will work hand in hand with the Cape Coast Metropolitan Assembly to ensure the venue is clean even after the event, Ayemi assured.