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Radio Don Bosco
Thursday, November 8, 2018 - 09:42
Traders in Malith market of Tonj State complain about poor hygiene due to the irregular cleaning of the assigned group in the market.
Joseph Deng, a trader told Radio Don Bosco that they pay three hundred and twenty pounds every month for cleaning the market .But the workers are not doing their work properly.
Suzan Marajhan, says that Malith Market is always dirty each time she goes to buy her household items and food.
‘Some of the local foodstuffs are placed in an open place which has a negative impact on people’s health’ she adds.
She appeals to good Samaritans to help the municipality with wheel barrow for carrying rubbish away from the market to save the environment.
He urges the community and the cleaners to cooperate because cleaning is a collective responsibility.
The speakers made the remarks on Wednesday in Tonj. 

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