Ranting over the garbage dump next to the NTA Umuahia station

The employees of NTA Channel 21 Umuahia have asked the administration of Abia State to remove the garbage dump located next to their building on the Umuahia-Enugu road as soon as possible.

They claimed that the garbage dump posed a threat to their health and the environment.

Several NTA employees, notably Delight Njinkonye, have voiced their displeasure with the new situation, noting the inconvenient location of a mountain near their station.

According to those involved in the revising process, the dump site has grown in size and is now emitting a hazardous odor, which has made some of the crew ill.

In addition to these, the NTA Channel 21 workforce has claimed that large flies from the trash pile frequently land in and around their offices, creating an extremely unpleasant working environment.

They demanded that Governor Alex Otti order the Abia State Environmental Protection Agency to remove the garbage as part of their protest.

Abia State Environmental Protection Agency (ASEPA) General Manager Ogbonna Okereke told kuryaloaded that he had the backing of Governor Alex Otti to clean up the waste by the beginning of next week.

The previous administration bargained for that landfill to be built. ASEPA administrator Ogbonna Okereke promised, “I have discussed this with my boss, the executive governor of the state, and I assure you that by this time next week, the dump will be removed.”


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