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Tamale: youth embarked on clean up exercise at Tunayili cemetery

Better Must Come youth of Kanvili Tunaayili

A vibrant youth group in Kanvilli-Tuunaayili, Better Must Come (BMC) as part of their corporate social responsibility yesterday embarked on a cleanup exercise at the Tuunaayili cemetery.

They weeded the grass across the length and breadth of the graveyard and also filled broken graves with gravel. This was to ensure cleanliness in the final resting place in Kanvilli-Tuunaayili and its environs.

The Secretary of BMC, Abdallah Najimudeen Jetuma disclosed to Zaa News that the group is not without aims and objectives and tasked like-minded youth to join them as a registered entity.

He said their core mandate include to support individual members of the group, educate the youth on substance abuse, carry out cleanup exercises in designated places and champion any developmental agenda in the catchment area.

Mr Najimudeen called on philanthropists to assist them with cutlasses, wheelbarrows, shovels among others to help them in their work. He said BMC was formed in 2016 and currently has a total membership of thirty. Let’s listen to the secretary of BMC.


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