The theme of this year’s World Environment Day celebration is “ECOSYSTEM RESTORATION”
Today, June 5, is World Environment Day. We remember that in 2018 Ghanaian officials arrested the PLC Secretary-General at Kpedze to stop him from educating the people to resist illegal mining, galamsey of sand, salt and wood (especially rosewood)
Reduse pollution,  plant trees to chech deforestation,
Conserve our beautiful Mountains and forests
Make sustainable profits from our vast arable lands,
Stop littering about,
Prevent duplication of filthy cities of Ghana in Western Togoland,
KEEP WESTERN TOGOLAND CLEAN, COOL AND GREEN
Take care of our rivers and water bodies as our traditional customers demand,.
Imbue our children with environmental consciousness.
Today 5 June 2021,
Our cities are mimicking the filth of Ashaiman, Nima and Agbogboloshie.
Today June 5, 2021
Our ministers ond office holders are consciously blind to devastation of our forest reserves, sitting of our lagoons and rivers, massive chainsaw operations off reserves, and unguarded bush firing.
Today, 5 June 2021, Ghanaian officers and policemen conive with greedy citizens to engage in sand winning to the detriment of our natural environment.
Today June 5, 2021,
Our traditional rulers forget their custodianship over our lands.
All these are happening today  5 June 2021 because there is no MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN WESTERN TOGOLAND AND GHANA. The infectious insincerity that Ghana inherited from British Colonialism has developed into what they now call SAKAWA. So everybody wants to “get rich quick”
Anyway, the cosmic clock is booming the hour of twelve.
The people of Western Togoland and Ghana must now awaken to the demand of Father-Mother Nature to account for their hunsbandship of the titanic reserve of natural resources and prepare the coming generations for sustainable management of all that Father-Mother Nature bestows on them.
SHALL WE ALLOW THINGS TO CONTINUE THIS WAY? NO!
The coming UNION OF GHANA AND WESTERN TOGOLAND MUST MAKE PROVISHION FOR PRUDENT ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP