Cameroon – Corporate Social Responsibility: Company Invests Over FCFA 50 Million To Keep Bamenda Clean

Par Kiven B. NSODZEFE | Cameroon-Info.Net
Bamenda - 05-Jul-2019 - 19h40   1736                      
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Heap of Dirt Abandoned at Bamenda Food Market Camera
The population of Bamenda have expressed satisfaction over the services of a construction company, Edge, which opted to clean up the city from heaps of dirt dumped along the streets by citizens, after waste disposal company Hysacam abandoned duty.

After the departure of the town's waste disposal company, HYSACAM, heaps of dirt were dumped along major streets in Bamenda. Elements of the 5th military region, recently embarked on tiding up some parts of the streets, which came as a relief to some inhabitants, although their efforts weren’t enough.

It is for this reason that the construction company, Edge, embarked on carrying away dirt in the city’s major markets from Nkwen market to mile 4 and 5, Foncha street, Mulang, Commercial avenue, T-junction and Ntarikon market. The voluntary clean up campaign had been baptised, “Fight against health epidemic: Bamenda deserves better”.

The Chief Executive Officer of Edge, Tachang Pius revealed that the waste disposal process has claimed the company over FCFA 50 million, which he doesn’t regret spending as long as the town is clean and safe for the people of Bamenda.

“ In our African culture, when your neighbor is in trouble, you step in to help before asking why – we are not stepping into the shoes of Hysacam. Our gesture is only to solve a pending health issue that hovers over this city. With all humility we are not here to replace Hysacam but doing what we can to help the situation”, said Edge's CEO to the media in Bamenda.

Expectations are high that the company would continue the exercise, in collaboration with Hysacam , military or other concerned forces, so that the town can remain clean.

The departure of Hysacam from Bamenda, Buea and Kumbo was prompted by a series of attacks on its workers and equipment by armed separatists.

 

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