'Ghana will become greener with more welcoming cities by 2030'
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'Ghana will become greener with more welcoming cities by 2030'


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Former Ambassador of Ghana to China and Founder of Media Conglomerate, Global Media Alliance, Edward Boateng, who joined in the nationwide tree planting exercise as part of the 'Green Ghana Day', is hopeful Ghana will have more greenery by the year 2030.

The Green Ghana initiative aims at planting over 5 million trees as part of measures to preserve the environment.

Ambassador Boateng was however optimistic that by 2030, Ghana will be that haven everyone craves as the Green Ghana initiative is one of the solutions to creating a liveable and happy country.


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