Songstress Feli Nuna has begun a nationwide sanitation campaign to contribute her quota to rid Ghana of filth.
She launched the campaign in some senior high schools in the Volta Region as part of her tour of the region, which was organised by Abeiku Santana’s Kaya Tours.
Feli has since been preaching about the need to recycle, reduce and reuse plastic materials as a way to combat pollution and the effects that come with it.
“I’ve answered to HIS calling. This has been in my mind and heart for a while and I’m thrilled to see it to fruition. May God give me strength. It is my lifetime social responsibility to spread the awareness to #practice sanitation as citizens of Ghana. To make it an attitude as individuals for a better Ghana,” she said on Instagram after the launch in one of the schools in the Volta Region.
The campaign follows the recent successful reception for her first single this year titled ‘Azaa’.
This month, she will be releasing another next single titled ‘Azumah’.
‘Azaa’ (celebration) highlights the vibrant and colourful culture of the people in the Volta Region, where she was born.