Joseph Wemakor to address Ghana’s toilet crisis on Metro TV

January 12, 2024

 

Renowned human rights advocate and influential journalist, Joseph Kobla Wemakor, is slated to make his third appearance on the popular Metro TV “Morning Rush” show, where he will shine a spotlight on critical human rights issues affecting Ghanaians this time around, with a focus on Ghana’s ongoing toilet crisis.

Wemakor, known for his passionate advocacy on social justice issues, will utilize this platform to draw attention to the pressing challenges faced by many in the country due to inadequate access to proper sanitation facilities.

The upcoming appearance on the show is expected to provide a crucial opportunity for Wemakor to address the far-reaching implications of the toilet crisis in Ghana.

With a focus on the fundamental right to clean and safe sanitation, Wemakor aims to underscore the impact of this crisis on public health, particularly in the context of the ongoing global pandemic.

His advocacy will also emphasize the disproportionate burden placed on women and girls, who often bear the brunt of the lack of adequate toilet facilities.

Ghana, like many developing nations, continues to grapple with systemic issues related to sanitation and access to clean water.

Wemakor’s unwavering dedication to human rights causes has positioned him as a leading voice in advocating for the rights of those affected by these disparities.

His upcoming appearance on the “Metro TV Morning Rush” show is expected to serve as a catalyst for raising awareness and stimulating meaningful dialogue around crucial human rights issues impacting Ghanaians particularly this critical issue.

To enrich the conversation and make it more enlightening, inspiring, and educative, Wemakor is expected to be joined on the same panel by Ing. George Asiedu, Coordinator of the Greater Accra Metropolitan Area (GAMA) Sanitation and Water Project (SWP).

By Elizabeth Bombande

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