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NEWS UPDATE: Epidemic alert: Imo residents raise alarm over heaps of refuse, nauseating stench

NEWS UPDATE: Epidemic alert: Imo residents raise alarm over heaps of refuse, nauseating stench

Residents of Owerri, Imo State capital have shouted out over the wellbeing ramifications of stores of decline that have as of late assumed control over the heartland city.

Locals mourn that there is not really any corner in Owerri district, where there are no piles of reject overflowing hostile and disgusting scent in the environment.

Mr. Afam Eche, a writer and inhabitant of Ikenegbu, Owerri city region while addressing DAILY POST on Wednesday communicated stresses that a scourge may before long range over the city following the breakdown of sanitation.

He said a few spots inside the state capital and some other connecting networks like Douglas by Mbaise street, Welthral street by MCC intersection, Ikenegbu Girls Secondary School Owerri, Akwakuma Girls Secondary School Owerri and Akwakuma Market entrance regions are all affected.

Other regions he grumbled face a similar test incorporate Afor Egbu transport stop, Federal Polytechnic Nekede intersection by Naze number one bus station, Toronto transport stop, even Agbala Junction all in Owerri North gathering space of the state.

A teacher, Mr Emeka Obianuju, occupant of Item road, by Government College Owerri revealed to DAILY POST that the filthy climate could jeopardize inhabitants’ lives in case nothing was done when possible.

“It is so upsetting; wherever is covered with loads of decline. He further mourned that the refusal to clear the squanders has deteriorated into a sorry circumstance. We have been compelled to live with the breaking down deny for multiple weeks.”

At the hour of recording this report, an excursion around the city by DAILY POST showed that piles of decline had for sure taken over Mbaise Road, Douglas Road, Chukwuma Nwaoha Road, Aladinma Housing Estate, the city markets and numerous different roads inside the municipality.

The story was additionally something similar in World Bank Housing Estate, Akwakuma intersection Egbu, Naze, Nekede and some other bordering communities.

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