Perak MB Surprises City Council Workers By Helping To Collect Rubbish In Ipoh
Perak Menteri Besar Datuk Seri Zambry Kadir spent today morning showing that everyone is equally responsible in ensuring that a city is clean.
He surprised the Ipoh City Council (MBI) workers and helped them collect rubbish and clean up the town.
At 6.45am I surprised MBI workers & joined d duty 2 collect&clean up rubbish arnd d City. I share their spirit 2 keep Ipoh as a clean city. pic.twitter.com/8g3plFK5uZ— Zambry Abd Kadir (@ZambryOfficial) February 2, 2017
"If I inform them earlier, then they will prepare themselves. That’s why I didn’t tell them."
"This is an effort to get closer to them, and to create a spirit of teamwork. I also feel that there is a need to go down to the ground because we build this state together, as a team," Zambry said to Perak Today.
Perak Today posted a few photos of Zambry, clad in the bright orange and purple MBI uniform, dumping trash into the garbage bins. According to Berita Harian, the two-time Perak MB also rode in the dump truck along with six MBI staff.
The Malay daily also said that Ipoh mayor Zamri Man also joined Zambry at the surprise cleaning event.
Meanwhile, Perak Today reported that Zambry helped the MBI staff clean up around the Buntong and Ipoh city centre.
Zambry also took the opportunity to remind people that everyone should work together to keep the city and their housing areas clean, and not just rely on the city council staff
Great job, Datuk Seri Zambry! :D
In July 2016, Ipoh was named as one of the top 10 cities in Lonely Planet's first-ever Best in Asia list: