10-11-2019 by Freddie del Curatolo
Few and blessed by the rain. This is the title of yesterday's nineth Malindi Clean Up movie.
An event that started from Malindi airport, to signify the will to follow the long history linked to its opening to direct flights from abroad and to have signals from institutions that confirm the words of President Kenyatta, who promised to resolve the issue within the next year.
There were groups with eloquent signs ("no airport, no tourist" and "we need airport") and there were also three or four Italian hoteliers, in addition to the regional manager of the Kenya Association of Hotel Keepers, Maureen Awuor, General Manager of the Ocean Beach Resort and the representative of Kilifi County Beach Operators Association, Justin Kitsao.
On site, in addition to a representative of Kilifi County Government and the Municipality of Malindi, also members of local transport associations, from matatu to tuk tuk to driving schools.
The heavy rain, however, has demotivated many other citizens from finding themselves in front of the airport entrance, as well as has thinned the crowd. Some took the road home but about fifty fearless "cleaners" walked towards the roundabout, armed with gloves and bags for recycling and well escorted by the County askaris, always there to help. Among them was the parliamentarian Owen Baya, one of the most fervent supporters of the Malindi Green And Blue movement. The group proceeded swiftly and wetly until the roundabout where the chairlady of the Progress Welfare Association of Malindi, Kate Mwikali recalled the good road done so far together and the commitment to achieve important results from the institutions, primarily in terms of infrastructure. Appointment to next December 14, hopefully with a nice sun and much more followed.
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