American, Canadian, And Australian Ambassador Visits Chenku Waterfall
American, Canadian, And Australian Ambassador Visit Chenku Waterfall Accompanied by Forestry Commission Of Ghana.
On 12th June 2021, the American, Canadian, and Australian ambassador and their families visited Chenku Waterfall at Dodowa after the tree planting exercise that was inaugurated by the government of Ghana.
Not long ago the president of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo launched a tree-planting project. This project was scheduled to revive depleting forest reserves and replace lost trees nationwide. The project was undertaken by the Forestry Commission of Ghana and some Ghanaian students.
After the tree planting exercise at Kordiabe a town in the Shai Osudoku district, the mentioned ambassadors and their families including the Forestry Commission Of Ghana and some students paid a visit to the great Chenku Waterfall. They moved in denominations to the waterfall with giant security officers leading side by side.
It was a memorable moment as the inhabitants welcome them into the town and through to the waterfall. They were in their respective uniforms and tags as they moved in. The scene was full of excitement and emotions as it was the first time for many of them.
While many stood to admire the beauty of the waterfall, others took the opportunity to swim. Many settlers admired the diplomats and took pictures with them. It was all fun until the very last second of their exit. They spent few hours before leaving the waterfall. The looks on many faces were drawn with sadness as the leaving bell ranged.
Background: Chenku Waterfall is the only waterfall in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. It is located in a suburb of the capital city of Ghana called Dodowa.
It is a 55 minutes drive from the capital city of Ghana. It is a waterfall the flows on an igneous rock that is about 100 plus feet tall. It is one of the natural tourist sites in the country.
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