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Obuah Goes Tough On Sanitation Defaulters

The Sole Administrator of the Rivers State Waste Management Agency RIWAMA, Bro. Felix Obuah said the agency would no longer spare service providers who fail to perform its duties.
He warned defaulters of the monthly sanitation exercise especially pediatricians and those who patrol during the exercise to desist from such act or face the wrath of the law.
Bro. Obua gave the warning while in a chat with journalists recently in Port Harcourt.
According to him, any service provider who fails to perform his or her duties will be shown the way out, revealing that the agency has so far terminated the appointment of 16 contractors due to lack of performance.
He further hinted that the agency has received three thousand of application from contractors who are ready to work with the agency.
Bro. Obuah who warned that the law has no respect of any body stressed that it will hammer on any one who fails to participate in the monthly exercise recalling that the June sanitation exercise, the agency cautioned and freed defaulters of the exercise adding that the agency will no longer tolerate anyone who fails to participate in the monthly sanitation henceforth rather will be punished according to the land of the agency and urged residence of Port Harcourt and its environs to always assist the present administration led by Nyesom Wike who is determined to restore the city of Port Harcourt to its garden city status to actualize his desire by cleaning their environment.
Bro. Obuah who is also the chairman of the Rivers Peoples Democratic Party, PDP expressed satisfaction with the turn up of residents of Port Harcourt in this month sanitation exercise unlike the previous month.
In a chat with the journalists, the Rivers State Director of National Orientation Agency, Mr. Oliver Wolugbum described this month sanitation exercise as successful stressing that the exercise has improved unlike the previous exercise.
Mr. Wolugbom who noted that the orientation agency was doing its best to enlighten the public on the need to clean their environment assuring that the agency would continue to partner with the state government to actualize their desire on clean environment.
Similarly in a chat with journalists, Dr. Godwin Mpi, the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Environment noted that there was improvement in last month’s sanitation exercise.
Dr. Mpi who expressed the need to clean the environments, noted that 95% of unclean environment causes sickness in human body.
He frowned at the manner in which some of the residents of Port Harcourt move about the city during sanitation hours and enjoined local government chairmen to always compel their people to take the exercise seriously. ###

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