A Political Science graduate of the College of Calabar, Meshach Asukwo Edem has the taken duty of conserving the streets and venues of the protest clear.
DAILY POST noticed that Meshach, on Friday, armed with a big polythene bag, moved spherical, amassing all types of dust, be it moist or dry together with rubbers, cans, sachet and many others. to maintain the surroundings clear.
Talking with DAILY POST at Marian Highway by Atekong junction, one of many venues for the protest, Meshach mentioned that he was not paid for what he was doing.
“Packing the dust was pushed by ardour for conserving the surroundings clear throughout and after each protest. I take pleasure in doing it and I’ll proceed to do it so far as the protest lasts,” he mentioned.
“I’m a graduate of Political Science, College of Calabar, I’m making an attempt to maintain the surroundings clear because the youths are usually not related to dust.
“As we protest, air our views, in addition to demand for our proper, to inform the federal government what we wish, we even have the duty to maintain the environment clear
“Mainly, that’s what I’m doing and ensure that in all places is clear in order that all the pieces can go nicely. I began this throughout the 2nd protest,” he said hoping that the federal government will adhere to their cries and meet their calls for.