Garbage piles up at the entrance to Digiri General Hospital, which has recently been in service. Also, the people who come to pile up cassava in the Texaco district, staple food and garbage make everyday life unbearable.
“It simply came to our notice then. There are piles of rubbish in all the districts and everywhere of Pressaville. It’s annoying because we humans can not live with dirt. There are some in front of markets and hospitals! Flies and insects that fall into the rubbish will come into our homes, ”the resident complained.
The people of Brazzaville do not understand why Averta is no longer doing its job.
“We do not understand what is happening in our country. Averta operates on the basis of the income of government employees. We take at least 2,000 FCFA from the basic salary of every civil servant but we do not understand what is going on in the field. ”, Annoys a Brazzavillois. “Nothing is going to change in this country. This country is like that, it will always be like that. ”
According to sources close to Averda, the state has not kept its promises and recently, the company, which employs more than 2,000 agents, has seen the decline of its vehicle crew, which explains the weaknesses found in garbage collection and treatment.
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