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Kwara expresses dissatisfaction over environmental sanitation exercise



The Kwara State government has expressed dissatisfaction over the monthly environmental sanitation exercise held today across the 16 local government areas of the state.

Speaking with journalists in Ilorin, the State Commissioner for Environment, Hon. Bosede Buraimoh expressed displeasure in which the people of the state dumped their refuse indiscriminately. READ ALSO: Saheed Osupa graduates from University of Ibadan

The commissioner urged them to desist from such act and make use of waste bin provided by the government.

“There was no full compliance to the restrictions given to human and vehicular movement as some people who were not on essential duty were seen moving in and around the places visited within the state capital, she added.

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According to her, “regular cleaning of environment and improve personal hygiene would promote healthy living among the people of the state .

“The ministry will work in synergy with environment stakeholders in ensuring adequate compliance to the monthly exercise. READ ALSO: SAD… .”We wanted to use just her head alone for money ritual”

“The ministry will meet with community heads in order to address indiscriminate dumping of refuse around the metropolis.”

She further thanked the state government for the provision of some logistics needed to make Kwara neat and clean.

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