Since the launch of this “Nou pei bien malade” campaign in the island, all the buzz created around it has turned it into the talk of the town, at least, if we forget the tons of scandals for some time. Various parties are being involved in the debate, especially on the words used. At the same time, several other concerns are being raised and discussed practically everyday in the local media.
But did anyone ask you what you think?
Nu appel 1 sousou 1 sousou
Personally, I don’t find the words harsh or disturbing in any sense. If some people are reading in between the lines to come to political conclusions, that’s their way of seeing things. But if we reached this situation today whereby some words are hurting part of the population, it is the sad truth that not all Mauritians have not been playing their roles and assuming their responsibilities correctly. As discussed previously by my blogger friend Yasir, each of us should be concerned by the situation prevailing in the country. SOME of us simply don’t care about our environment.
Now, everyone should take their responsibility to build a better Mauritius, whether you are that guy who throws away his cigarette on the road or that parent who’s allowing his kid to throw away his plastic bottle out of the car’s window or the one who’s dropping his dholl pourri’s paper on the road or those factories which are polluting the nearby river or that powerful group who’s trying to blaming others while dumping their waste everywhere or even those authorities who are not reacting appropriately and promptly to the worsening situation.