Tuesday, August 20, 2019

AMAC: Otukpo Council boss, George Alli Signs MOU with Abuja Pro-Net environmental agency (Photos)

All is now set for the cleanup exercise of Otukpo and it’s environs, as the Caretaker Chairman of Otukpo Local Government, Rt. Hon. Geoge Alli, stormed Abuja, on Monday, 19th August 2019, to sign a MOU with Pro-Net Environmentals.

George Alli was in AMAC office of the Waste management company to put finishing touches to the contract papers between Otukpo Local Government Council and the Sanitation outfit.
After his Swearing in June 2019, George Alli said Environmental Sanitation and Security will be twin thrust of his administration’s drive. The Council Chief said, “It is true, Otukpo and it’s surroundings is dirty and unwelcoming. But I am committed to finding a workable way of us to getting everyone involved in its clean-up and turn it into a city everyone will be proud of”.

Hon. Alli further said, “Sanitation and waste management is a delicate job that requires expertise, hence the need to bring in Pro-Net Environmental which have handled waste management for many organizations and agencies of Government, including AMAC, amongst others.”
Pro-Net Environmental provides cost effective waste management and resource recovery solutions to small, rural and remote communities. It also offer it’s services to Government Departments; Non-Govrnmental Organisations:District and Local Municipalities; Schools;Churches and private homes amongst others.

The Outfit is reputed to have array of clientels which includes Abuja Municipal Area Council, (AMAC), Exxon Mobil, Total, NNPC amongst others. Pro-Net is expected to move in with their Sanitation truck for work to commence in the coming days. .
George Alli further said, “I want to use this medium to solicit the maximum corporation of the good people of Otukpo who have always stood by me. To ensure maximum corporation and greater effectiveness, Council will begin massive public enlistment campaigns, after which council will set up mobile court. The mobile court will try, prosecute and sanction sanitation offenders, regardless of their position in the society”.

Alli solicited the support and cooperation of everyone, saying without the corporation of the people no single government project can succeed.

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