The Deputy Director of National Solid Waste Management Authority (NSWMA) was invited to Cabinet to address the continuing challenge of keeping the country clean. The Official reported that the NSWMA National Clean-up Campaign has come to an end and that the teams are now returning to work in their assigned communities. The Cabinet repeated its requirement that the direction of the teams in the community is to be determined by the representative; there was consensus among Cabinet members and the Officials that supervision of the teams may not be as vigorous as it ought to be. Hence, the supervisors and the representatives are to be in touch continuously. The object is to ensure that workers undertake a full day’s work for a full day’s pay; and, that they are strategically placed to keep the communities free of unwanted vegetation. Six more workers are to be added to the teams and additional resources are to be provided to ensure that the additional staff are paid.
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