Today, Elgeiyo-marakwet County governor Wesley Rotich unveiled New County vehicle which will be used to collect gabbage in Itein Town and other nearby centres. Gabbage menace is one of the challenges hindering growth of several towns as it make environment condusive for business.
Several counties have heavily invested in waste management sector to ensure proper collection and disposal of gabbage. According to a post shared by Itein daily on their Facebook page, the gabbage compacter commissioned by the governor is estimated to cost Ksh 13 million. https://www.facebook.com/100063724753570/posts/pfbid02jYWX9DYRuHZSWKfgFgR4qtYRASudLgQFNV37S7u1BohbnBeFkTFiDNDHY85Rebtzl/?app=fbl
According to photos shared, the machine is specially designed with carriage unit and compactor which ensures ease in gabbage collection and damping.
Wesley Rotich is the second governor elected in 2022. Many Netizens were impressed by the governors move to safeguard municipality environment.
However, others critizised the move by the governor. Here are some of their comments on post shared by Itein daily News.
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