Delta to Enforce Monthly Sanitation Law

Delta State Commissioner for Environment, Mr John Nani, has vowed to enforce the monthly environmental sanitation exercise in all parts of the state to check problems associated with filthy environment.
Nani, at a meeting with the management of the ministry upon resumption as the commissioner in charge of the ministry, said that residents must be encouraged to participate actively in sanitation exercises.
He said that it would not be business as usual, noting that the dream to make Delta State the cleanest in the country must be realised.
Nani commended Governor Ifeanyi Okowa for finding him worthy to serve the state as a commissioner and member of the State Executive Council and promised not to betray the confidence reposed in him.
He said that the Ministry of Environment was saddled with lots of responsibilities, noting that despite the successes recorded by the ministry in the past, he would ensure that those achievements were improved upon.
Meanwhile, the state Commissioner for Transport, Mr Vincent Uduaghan, has pledged to recover all government vehicles from past political office holders in the state and their cronies.
Udughan, who made the pledge on assumption of office, alleged that some of the vehicles had either their plate numbers changed or engine number tempered with. He said that the Okowa administration was out to bring sanity to governance.
He stressed his readiness to re-activate the Delta State Urban Mass Transit Scheme in line with the government’s policy direction on transport, adding that “Immediate steps must be taken to address all issues affecting the scheme.”

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