It’s not a movie. But definitely irritating. And a health issue no less.
I moved into GC 13 months ago and it was no where as bad as now. These days residents who take a walk in the evenings can find themselves the center of attention among the zillions of mosquitoes that come out around that time.
Those who live by the lagoons must be having a terrible time in the evenings if they venture to sit in their gardens or cook in their exterior kitchens. Just ask Jenny and Frank Bekink in P2 about their irritation and the constant scratching and cursing. A few evenings ago Jenny brought the evidence to me – in a plastic bag and dead of course.
They were attacked by hordes of these pesky insects but out came her twin defensive system! By that I mean her two maids, armed with aerosol cans and this is the result after just a few squirts:
This problem will persist if something isn’t done to alleviate the situation.
There are the puddle or two of water in empty homes and homes under construction. But these cannot be the only production ground for so many of these insects. It must be the lagoons which are pretty stagnant and the rains are more frequent this period.
The management here needs to tackle this problem and arrange for the spraying of chemicals over the water on a regular basis. Fogging by MPK too.
Well, I hope the mozzie experts will bother to weigh in on this issue. It can turn serious because mozzies can cause diseases leading to death.