Supervisor Stephen Reid was in charge of the South Coast clean-up, which ran for more than a mile, from Accra Beach to Coconut Court, Hastings, Christ Church.
He said NCC personnel and a number of lifeguards were taken from Rockley, Hastings Rocks, Independence Square and the NCC yard to gather the seaweed for collection.
“We had seaweed right down. There is a lot of moss and we can’t leave it behind,” he said.
Foreman Ansel Layne estimated they had collected more than 100 bags of the seaweed.
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