Juba City Council embarks on cleaning campaign
By Martha David
Authorities of Juba City council have staged a scheme aimed at ensuring there is no more accumulation of garbage within the city.
Mayor Samir Khamis Sulieman assured citizens last week that three private companies have expressed interests to support the city council in its effort to clean the city.
“After two to three days you are going to see a good job, you will not see garbage in juba,” he stressed.
He added that people in Juba were complaining over traveling and garbage which is dumped all over adding that people do not know the great challenges faced by the city council in the collection process.
Khamis said the support from the government and other stakeholders will make them able to deliver services to the people.
He pointed out that the three companies have been divided into three areas including Gudele, Luri, Juba, Kator Block, and Rejaf.
He explained that Juba as the capital of the country should look beautiful to portray the image of South Sudan.
Two weeks ago, the Deputy Mayor for physical infrastructure and development thiik thiik Mayardit launched a campaign of cleaning the city together with the Clean City Company Limited and other companies which provided six trucks to facilitate garbage collection.