Ward Councilor for Lilongwe Chigoneka ward, Dr Desmond Bikoko on Saturday launched ‘Chotsa Zinyalala Campaign’ in his area, saying he will dedicate his time in clearing rubbish from streets.
Launching the campaign, Bikoko said time has come for everyone to assist in making the Lilongwe a better place to live by eradicate littering.
During the campaign, Bikoko said he will finance all expenses which goes with collection of refusals, saying there is need to stay in cleaner, stronger and safer communities.
The launch of the campaign comes at a time when there is a public over growing concern that the city is getting too dirty.
The city of officials have always argued that the city has no resources.
“I have decided to make Chotsa zinyalala campaign an on going operation which will turn my ward one of the clean part of the city,” said Bikoko.
Bikoko said he work with communities to re-forge a sense of civic pride to clean up.
Meanwhile, deputy director of health, Cathereen Kunje has commended Bikoko for sponsoring the activity.
Kunje admitted that the City is facing a lot of challenges and that the population is growing extensively.
“We are very thankful that Bikoko has sponsored cleaning the ward using his personal resources,” said Kunje.
The beauty of Malawi’s capital Lilongwe is being threatened by toxic products like plastic bags, glass, cans, bottles and used condoms that are littered in the streets.Follow and Subscribe Nyasa TV :