The Minister also met with enthusiastic members of the Gateway Youths Organisation and thanked them for their positive response to their call and impressive turnout in spite of the heavy downpour of rain. The youths who in turn chanted songs in praise of the current government, pledged their unflinching support and appealed for assistance in the area of education and job opportunities. The Minister who made a token donation to the Gateway youths, registered government’s commitment to providing opportunities for youths in the country and entreated them to be law abiding and development oriented. The minister also visited the Kissy Dump Site where he met the Mayor of Freetown City Council, Madam Yvonne Aki Sawyerr and members of the Civil Society Consortium on Service Delivery who briefed him about pertinent issues relating to the exercise. He thanked them for their effort in promoting the process. Mr. Brewah also thanked individuals and companies who in diverse ways contributed to the successful implementation of the programme and called on all to embrace the initiative. He encouraged citizens to always keep their environment clean, adding that as leaders, they are always prepared to participate in the programme so as to motivate others. “We will take further steps to encourage people to do more”, he assured. Welcoming the minister, Madam Sawyerr commended the minister for his leadership role in ensuring that the exercise is successfully undertaken and assured him of her council’s continued cooperation. National Coordinator, Civil Society Consortium on Service Delivery, Wiliam Saio Lamin re-echoed their commitment to complementing government’s efforts in ensuring a sound and healthy nation. The Minister later visited Kingtom Dump Site and other villages in the Western Area Rural District.