PSP praises Ilasamaja residents for complying with payment terms
By Damilola Kushimo
A Private Sector Participant (PSP), operating within Ilasamaja area of Isolo Local Council Development Area, has declared that the residents have been complying while they enjoy the service being rendered to them.
Nureni Saka Enterprises, which has been servicing the community for years until the advent of the now defunct VisionScape, stressed that since the dissolution of the government agency, it has been servicing the community.
A supervisor in the company, Akeem Olakojo, who spoke with Echonews, said: “We’ve been servicing this locality for a long period of time, we go about carting away their wastes from time to time. But when the issue of VisionScape came up, there was a great misconception to the extent that some people told us that they got a direct message that they shouldn’t pay for wastes again. Then, we only went out once a month since the people depended solely on VisionScape and other detrimental alternative means to dispose their wastes.”
“Now that everything is clarified, we service the community better, our wastes collection is now a weekly routine, which is, once a week,” he said.
Furthermore, he made it known that the only area in Ilasamaja that doesn’t patronize Nureni Saka Enterprises is those people closer to the expressway, claiming that they find it easy dumping their wastes on the roadside.