On 5th June 2010, the world will be celebrating yet another World Environment Day.
On this day, KCDN working in partnership with the City Council of Nairobi and the Provincial Administration will organize a massive garbage collection exercise in the whole of Nairobi.
We all know that Nairobi is getting chocked with garbage thrown at every corner in our residential areas. We also know that the City Council of Nairobi is stretched and as the Town Clerk recently admitted, they have challenges in handling the 3,500 tonnes of garbage that Nairobi emits.
However, all is not lost.
The Solid Waste Management Disposal policy paper is currently under cabinet scrutiny, and before it is brought to the floor of the House for ratification, let us come one and all on 5th June 2010 and truly mark the World Environment Day by cleaning Nairobi and returning our City once more to those golden days of years gone by.
It will be our wish at KCDN that we go slow on slogans this time around. We are normally very good with crafting lofty slogans that mean very little for every event. We appeal to those people who manufacture all these slogans to leave them out this time around, and instead, rally the residents of Nairobi into action.
We have enough goodwill from Kenyans and Friends of Kenya and we all need a safe and cleaner Nairobi.
Peace and blessings as we all look to a clean and sparkling Nairobi.
Odhiambo T Oketch,
CEO KCDN Nairobi,
Tel; 0724 365 557, 0735 529 126,
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