MPs want “well-to-do” in Mau also removed

Mau forest eviction debate continues to take center stage with Members of the National Assembly now saying those who own large tracts of land and tea factories in Mau must be evicted as well. Majority leader in the National Assembly Adan Duale said it was regrettable that the on-going evictions have only targeted peasants but left out the well-connected people in this country and who are conducting business in Mau Forest.

MPs who were deliberating a motion on management and logging activities in the country insist the exercise should stop until the well-to-do are also removed from Kenya’s largest water tower. However they were all echoing the same clarion call that Kenya must work hard to restore its water catchment areas. cheap 5 mg cialis daily canadian pharma companies buy propecia 5mg usa. . .