The Department of Mass Communication and Journalism at Blue Crest University College has organized a walk to educate the public as part of World water Day.
The head of Department of Mass Communication at the University College, Mr Kofi Dzokoto speaking with the media ahead of the walk said the department’s mandate is to educate the public and the ‘Save the Water’ walk is to encourage Ghanaians to use water wisely.
He called on the government to continue on its fight against galamsey to preserve the various water bodies in the country.
Some of the students were holding placards with inscription such as ‘Water is life, don’t waste it, the less you use H20, the more U save, Every drop of water counts so save water’ among others.
The students walking through some of the principal streets of Accra shared leaflets on water education as well as talking to pedestrians about the relevance of World Water Day.