Editorial, Gadgets

We at times lavish our appreciation to a different direction forgetting the one who deserved it.

Absolution is required at this observation as we ponder on the JICA donation of three trucks and two Vans to Juba city council for garbage management.

National minister for environment and forestry, Josephine Napwon played her part to hand over the donation to Juba City Council to boost garbage collection.

The state press quickly allocated the trucks for waste management, while the two vans to help the city council increase revenue collection.

Paradoxically, the very press credited the recipient of “a robust initiative”, which seems to be misplaced, instead of expressing gratitude to the donor.

“This is part of a robust initiative of the State Government through Juba City Council to accelerate efforts to keep Juba clean, green, and safe amid the tendency of rampant littering by the city dwellers,” the press statement reads.

The national minister and the state governor cut the niche to appreciate JICA for the grant they gave to the government and pledging relentless support for environmental conservation.

We very much need to applaud the government of Japan which through JICA has rendered unwavering support in various ways to this nation.

Three trucks, two Van; who takes the credit?






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