Kyarri disclosed this in a press release signed the Public Relation Officer, Muhammad Bello Minjibir and made available to Pyramid Trust in Kano
He said the board had plan to provide 200 bicycles for its staff, adding that the board had begun fertilizer sampling from refuse which he said is currently undergoing analysis.
The Managing Director debunked an allegation staff members of the board of the agency was paid before refuse evacuation.
Engr Kyarri further called on all stakeholders to join hands with government in its effort to free the State of refuse, saying cleanliness is part of the Religion of Islam. “We must all put hands together as our collective responsibilities to keep the state clean to curtail the spread of diseases,” he said.