Kiambu Governor Kimani Wamatangi has today officially launched clean up exercise in Kiambu county at Kirigiti stadium.
The inaugural Kiambu clean up exercise launch was attended by senior Kiambu county officials led by Kiambu deputy governor Rosemary Kirika.
After the launch, governor Kimani Wamatangi and his deputy Rosemary Kirika joined locals for a clean up exercise in Kiambu town and its outskirts.
" Today, together with my deputy Rosemary Kirika launched the inaugural Kiambu clean up exercise" posted Governor Wamatangi on his official Facebook page.
According to photos shared by the county chief on his official Facebook page, Wamatangi and her deputy Kirika are seen cleaning up the towns streets donned on green cap, boots and coat.
Locals are seen helping the Kiambu governor in collecting accumulated dirt at the town streets.
Mr. Wamatangi added that the clean up exercise will be done every last Saturday of the month and the exercise aims at inculcating a culture of voluntary cleaning of the environment.
" The exercise will be happening every last Saturday of the month and aims to inculcating a culture of voluntary cleaning of our environment" added governor Wamatangi
Mr. Kimani revealed that the purpose of the clean up exercise is to encourage county staffs and entire community to maintain a clean, heathy and sustainable environment.
" The purpose is to encourage the county staff and the community to maintain a clean, heathy and sustainable environment" added governor Kimani.
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