Wednesday this week, Environment Cabinet secretary Keriako Tobiko and
All in open air
The epicentre of this harming outrage where debased clinical waste—heaps of blood waste, HIV/Aids testing units, syringes and gloves—were found at Kirichwa stream, a tributary of Nairobi River at Kawangware ghettos.
Tobiko’s words caught the disaster that should be a real existence supporting wellspring of water for some Nairobians: “This is hazardous, we have to know and arraign people and wellbeing organizations arranging medicinal waste on the riverbed.”
National Environment Management Authority (Nema) chief general Prof Geoffrey Wahungu had at first coordinated that restorative waste be covered or consumed, however after meetings, he encouraged his group to gather the loss for legitimate transfer in incinerators.
Closer investigation by a local daily uncovered a disturbing actuality that blood in a portion of the syringes from HIV testing packs had constructive outcomes for the infection. “This isn’t just a situation issue yet
Unlicensed healthcare centers and quack doctors around Kawangware and other casual settlements without any incinerators and other waste disposal facilities have been accused of what could be named endeavoured executions.