Mwalimu Abduba Dida has come out to warn the residents of Nairobi against littering the city following governor Johnson Sakaja's earlier report in which he asked the people to keep watch and take photos of any person that will be caught throwing litter anyhow. Sakaja said that anyone who will be arrested for littering will be fined and the money shared with the person who reported him/her. The governor said that this is one of the best ways to keep the city clean.
"As we unclog the drainage system throughout the city, let’s kindly desist from further illegal dumping. Ukiona mtu akidump and you record, mulika kabisa; we arrest, prosecute and split the fine. Will work on the county law to provide for this. Let’s keep our city clean." Sakaja tweeted.
Mwalimu Dida Reacted to Sakaja's tweet by saying he was not going to spare anyone he finds littering the city. He promised to record as many as 100 offenders in one day so that he can earn more money. He then warned the people of Nairobi to be aware of random photographs because he will not spare anyone he finds breaking the rules. As a word of advice Dida told the people that the environment is very important and all the people should strive to keep it clean.
"The fine is at least Ksh 5,000. If I snitch and take few pictures, I earn Ksh 2,500. If I snitch on 100 offenders, I earn 250,000 a day?! Guys, I just realized that our environment matters and Nairobi must be clean. Beware of random photography. I shall not forgive littering." Dida said.
Sakaja has promised to correct all the drainage systems in the city and solve all the dumping problems which has been a big problem for a long time. What do you think of Sakaja's plan of keeping the city clean? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.
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