The immediate past assembly member for Ntiribuoho electoral area in the Kwabre district, Mr. Sampson Adu-Poku, has called on residents in the town to revive their communal spirit.
He said this would not only reduce the burden of the government's efforts to provide solutions to the development of deprived communities but would help to accelerate and improve their living standards.
Mr. Adu-Poku was speaking to over 70 members of Solid Fan Club of a local FM radio station after they had spent about three hours in clean-up exercise in the community on Sunday.
The young boys and girls swept the main street in the town, cleared some bushes around the new one-storey 12-classroom block and cleared dirt and sand in the drains.
The former assembly member congratulated the youth realizing the needs of the people and helping in that direction and called on the other healthy people in the town to join the Club so that they also contribute to the development of the town.
Mr Adu-Poku urged them not to make it a nine-day wonder but should from time to time come out and support the unit committee with the sanitary and other development problems in the town.
Mr Peter Duah, Chairman of the club and Madam Comfort Penya, women's representative said the clean-up exercise was among the numerous monthly programmes they had planned to support the Station and the development of the town.
“The Club formed recently undertakes keep fit activities, educational programmes and soirees to improve lifestyles of members”, the chairman said.