In support of the tree planting exercise embarked on by the Hope Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana, Sakumono Estates, a family on Sunday, June 20, 2021 donated a motor tricycle to the congregation towards the nurturing and tendering of the tree seedlings planted.
The tricycle would be used to cart water to nourish and nurture the seedlings to grow to become trees.
Members of the Hope Congregation of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana in Sakumono Estates on Saturday, June 12, 2021 planted trees along the Sakumono Estate Junction to the Vivian Farm Road, a distance of about 1.5 kilometres as part of the Presbyterian Church of Ghana’s 1 million tree-planting project.
A total of 180 seedlings made up of Royal Palm, as well as Bauhemia trees were planted.
The Resident Minister, Rev Emmanuel Obeng Ntow, who received and dedicated the tricycle commended the family for the kind gesture.
He said, as a congregation, the church was committed to seeing to not only the planting of trees but the growth of the seedlings to become trees and to leave a mark in a community that Presbyterian church in the Sakumono Estates community was able and succeeded in helping the national effort to green the country for human sustenance.