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The « Kinshasa-Bopeto » coordination unit is soon embarking on the phase of embellishing the arteries

Kinshasa, November 1st, 2021 (CPA) .- The provincial coordinator of the “Kinshasa-Bopeto” program, Germain Mpundu declared that his cell intends in the coming days to start a new phase of sanitation, devoted to the embellishment of the arteries and spaces, during an exchange on Saturday with the CPA, on the occasion of the 21st  Bopeto Day.

According to him, its structure has since the two years of launching this operation evolved into the transformation phase, with as main activities the cleaning and permanent evacuation of the arteries as well as the sensitization of Kinshasa to the change of mentalities, before specify that this stage of transformation is remarkable today. « After this work of transformation, there will be a stage of embellishment to give the image of Kinshasa, a city where it is beautiful to live in its nooks and crannies », he confided, emphasizing the vision of his cell is to make the capital a green, flowery and luminous city, because the town hall orders 5,000 lamps every three months.

Kinshasa Bopeto Coordinator calls on the Kinshasa people to cultivate responsible behavior

In addition, the Kinshasa Bopeto Coordinator called on the Kinshasa people to cultivate responsible behavior by cleaning their storefronts on a daily basis. He also deplored acts of sabotage on the part of certain Kinshasa people who vandalize public property, in particular garbage cans and lawns useful for beautification.

 This is the case in the municipality of Limete where we notice inciviques setting fire in the bopeto gardens and the garbage cans, while they are intended for the beautification of the city. . Note, for this 21 st day which falls on the sidelines of two years of the Kinshasa bopeto operation, a strong mobilization was observed in almost all the municipalities and public places in particular on the boulevard Lumumba towards the 8th street Limete Industriel, with the participation of 500 volunteers. ACP/

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