The Mayor of the Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA), Hon Elizabeth Kwastoe Tawiah Sackey, has served notice that the Assembly would not shield anyone caught violating the Sanitation bye-laws.
Hon Elizabeth Naa Kwatsoe Tawiah Sackey made this known when she called on members of the Ga Traditional Council on Monday to court support ahead of the full implementation of the policy on February 1, 2022.
She expressed concerns about instances where many residents of Accra continue to flout the bye-laws with impunity because some officials of the AMA and community come to their rescue stressing that those days were now a thing of the past.
The Mayor of Accra noted that the AMA officers had been cautioned against assisting offenders to escape justice.
Spokesperson for the Traditional Council, Abola Mantse, Nii Ahene Nunoo III pledged the support of the traditional rulers to realize the dream of Making Accra clean.
More than 15,000 persons including National Service personnel, Zoom Lion and Security Officers are expected to participate in the sensitisation and cleaning exercise on February 1, 2022 marking the full operationalization of the policy.