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Keeping P-Harcourt clean not negotiable — RIWAMA boss

PORT HARCOURT—Sole Administrator of Rivers State Waste Management Agency, RIWAMA, Felix Obuah, Thursday, said the task of keeping Port Harcourt, the state capital and its environs clean is not negotiable and must be achieved.

Obuah, who stated this after monitoring major roads and streets in Port Harcourt, regretted that some mischievous politicians and other residents were bent on defacing some areas of the city after service providers have finished their daily evacuation of refuse.

Obuah lamented that at New Airport Road (Aluu), by Obiri Ikwerre Roundabout to Port Harcourt International Airport, some mischievous persons have maliciously turned the area to an illegal refuse dump, an act mostly perpetrated at  midnight.

Consequently, the RIWAMA Sole Administrator had directed security agents to arrest anyone found dumping refuse at that spot or any other area not designated for refuse dump.



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