Litter free campaign to clean up state’s districts launched

Shafie lending a helping hand during a gotong-royong to clean Semporna town after launching the programme.

SEMPORNA: Criticism about the poor state of cleanliness in Sabah’s major tourism areas has led to the launch of the Litter Free Sabah programme

Chief Minister Datuk Seri Mohd Shafie Apdal who launched the programme here said district councils and residents must play a role in ensuring the cleanliness of these areas.

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