Kids between the ages of 3-15 years were involved in series of fun activities focused on the creating awareness of staying health.
She said “It was a great turnout and we’re impressed with the performance of the kids and their enthusiasm to come and participate in this race.
“If you want to inculcate a healthy habit and if you want people to be passionate about what they do you must start when they are young.
“If you want to inculcate a healthy habit and if you want people to be passionate about what they do you must start when they are young”, she added.
She further encouraged more children to participate in next year’s race.
This year’s Kiddy Mile Race was sponsored by Unilever’s Omo, BIC, Snappy, Indomie, Tasty Bites, GFTS and Kaesar.
The Columbian Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Mrs. Mrs. Claudia Turbay Quintero, who distributed prizes to winning kids said the event was very good and hoped to come back next year.
Ambassador Ashim Morton hinted that next year would be better and bigger. He hoped that more companies would join in supporting the Kiddy Mile Race.
Many parents who spoke to Yours Truly were happy for the opportunity given to their kids to socialize, make new friends and also compete in a healthy atmosphere.
By Sammy Heywood Okine