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LAWMA: “N25,000 per month to dispose waste” – Comedian, I Go Save cries out

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Nigerian comic, Otaghware Onodjayeke, popularly often known as “I Go Save” has referred to as on the Lagos State authorities over claims that LAWMA elevated month-to-month waste assortment price from N15,000 to N25,000 monthly.

The comic, who made the decision in a video by way of his Instagram account, mentioned that these in his neighborhood obtained a message from LAWMA by way of WhatsApp chat informing them of a ten,000 Naira enhance within the month-to-month price for disposing waste.

He questioned why waste disposition must be 25,000 Naira monthly when the minimal wage is 30,000 Naira.

The comic additionally identified that such modifications must be introduced by way of LAWMA’s official platform and the account quantity given ought to have been an official one.

In line with him, the message was somewhat despatched to them by way of WhatsApp they usually have been equally given a personal account to make the cost to.

“How trash gather be dearer than meals?

“How a lot is minimal wage that LAWMA determined to extend trash gather charges.

“So if an individual incomes 30 a month pays 25k for trash what’s going to the particular person now use to feed?

“I even needed to name my good friend and colleague Buchi, who’s a LAWMA ambassador however LAWMA gained’t even hearken to their ambassador.

“That is so unhappy as a result of in the course of the days of Governor Ambode waste assortment was free and now it’s Sanwo-Olu’s regime the whole lot is simply going excessive.

“I’d advise that Governor Sanwo-Olu calls these folks to order as a result of on the finish it’s his identify and tenure that’s been tarnished. He ought to higher act now and make sure that they fish out these making an attempt to dupe harmless residents,” he mentioned.

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