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Clear Nairobi's garbage mess

By Editorial | Jun 4th 2021 | 1 min read
By Editorial | June 4th 2021
A bulldozer loading garbage in Eastleigh near an estate where people lives on Monday, 24th, May 2021. [Samson Wire. Standard]

Since he came onto the scene, NMS director-general Mohamed Badi has done a good job. Nairobi has witnessed enviable transformation under him, such as paving of footpaths, drilling of boreholes to alleviate water shortage and construction of more health centres.

However, he seems to have neglected an important function; garbage collection. Heaps of garbage lie uncollected in the outskirts of the CBD and in the city’s residential areas.

Besides being an eyesore, the smelly garbage can trigger a disease outbreak. The Major General should train his guns on this problem


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