FCC’s enforcement of sanitation bye-laws continues as the teams of sanitary inspectors, Metropolitan police, and trade marshalls, supported by the Military Police, visited 436 homes in different parts of the city last week.
Mayor Aki-Sawyerr took time out last week to support their efforts by engaging traders along the Jomo Kenyatta Road, a non-trading street, that traders are increasingly using. She advised petty traders to move to streets designated for trading and she advised shop owners to stop displaying their wares along the road as it makes the road look untidy.
The teams are also checking to ensure that homes and businesses have facilities to properly dispose of both solid and liquid waste (toilets, septic tanks and dustbins). Those without adequate facilities are arrested as they pose serious health risks to their neighbours and the wider community.
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