Mr Inusah-Alhaji said this last Saturday, during this month’s National Sanitation Day cleanup exercise at Bawku.
He disclosed that the Bawku Central Market, which was a central point of revenue generation for the Assembly, was in a deplorable condition and plans were far advanced to reconstruct it.
He said the Assembly would soon recruit security men to guard the market to prevent people from using it as a refuse dumping site and place of convenience.
Mr Theophilus Abolga Atia, the Bawku Municipal Coordinator for Zoomlion, urged the people to keep their environment clean and green to reduce global warming and other related environmental hazards.
The exercise was observed by the Ghana National Fire Service, the decentralized departments in the Municipal Assembly, Zoomlion Ghana, and the general public.