The Hon. Commissioner of Environment Hon. Engr. Kabir Mohammed Wanori Commences an Intense Inspections of Places Where Public Consumptions are Processed and as well Where Teaching and Learning Process takes Place.
In his Efforts to Actualize the Strive of the Executive Governor of Borno State Prof. Engr. Babagana Umara Zulum mni to Secure Clean and Safe Environment, the Hon. Commissioner Paid an Unscheduled Visits to Coca Cola, Abattoir, Umar Buttered Bread, Peace Water, Hadiza Balongoa, Shehu Garbai Sec. School, North East Intl School, Gamboru Market and Some Public Conveniences (Gidajen WanKa).
Coca Cola company was one among dozen places visited by the Hon. Commissioner. During his visit to the company the Hon. Commissioner identified with the management of the company the purpose of the visit. He said, the visit was to inspect the environment where public consumptions are processed. The Hon. Commissioner stressed that the need to have a clean environment to process public consumptions is hence mandatory in Borno State. The management of the facility showed round the Hon. Commissioner and promised to comply accordingly.
Afterwards, the Hon. Commissioner proceeded to Cow Market Abattoir (Kwata) where he was received by the management. The Hon. Commissioner went round the Abattoir to inspect where animals are slaughtered and as well where the meat are been processed. A refuse dump site was seen inside the abattoir, where the Hon. Commissioner gave an ultimatum of one week for the place to be cleared. He further recommended the regular cleaning and sanitation of the entire abattoir.
Meanwhile, the Hon. Commissioner went round some public convenience to look see the hygienic condition of their Environment. During the visits, One Gidan Wanka was instructed to improve the quality of his Environment and another was earmarked to be sealed due to the fact that the unhygienic conditions of the Gidan Wanka can not be surmounted easily.
While visiting Umar Buttered Bread, It was acknowledged that requirements needed for Bread Manufacturing Facility has been met. Umar Bread was commended by the Hon. Commissioner for keeping up to standard. Staff on duty are in uniform dresses and appeared neat, toilets found neat, processing and packaging areas are duly maintained as witnessed. Then the Hon. Commissioner Proceeded to Peace Water.
Upon arrival of the Hon. Commissioner and his team at Peace Water, the Hon. Commissioner and his team were saddened by the condition of the environment. It was totally unhygienic for public consumptions to be processed. The Hon. Commissioner noted that “It is very unethical and hazardous to process public consumptions in such Environment” he exclaimed. The Place was earmarked for sealing.
Gamboru Market was also visited by the Hon. Commissioner. Members of the market while welcoming the Hon. Commissioner, thanked him for the visit and as well used the avenue to declare their total support for his cause in finding a common ground for a clean Environment. They further expressed their profound gratitude to the Executive Governor for appointing someone like Engr. Kabir Mohammed Wanori as a Commissioner and in particular of Environment. The Hon. Commissioner after thanking them moved to sensitize the members of the Market on the need to keep their environments clean and abstain from indiscriminate dumping. The Commissioner went ahead to bring to their notice the need to prepare for the Upcoming sanitation. The Hon. Commissioner and his entourage then proceeded to Shehu Garbai Sec. School.
Shehu Garbai Secondary School was found somehow ramshackle. The management of the school protested that it was as a result of the ongoing reconstructions in the School. The management of the school assured the Hon. Commissioner that the school would soon conduct a general sanitation to make the school look as neat as it has always been.
North East International School was a private school situated along Bama Road, Near Gwange Grave Yard. It is believed and witnessed that the school has clean toilets but the number of the toilets in the school are incapacitated to accommodate the students. The Hon. Commissioner recommends the need for more toilets to be put in place. The management of the school promised to add more toilets to the existing ones.