MPs summon Tobiko over planned Mau evictions

Herders leave Mau Forest on September 1, 2019 following a government notice to illegal settlers to leave the forest in 60 days. PHOTO | GEORGE SAYAGIE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • Kareke Mbiuki has asked the Environment ministry to ensure that that there is public participation, sensitisation and engagement with local leaders of the affected counties and communities.
  • Mr Natembeya warned that no pupil should report to the centres as schools re-open from September 2, 2019

Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko will face Members of Parliament next week to shed more light on the planned phase two evictions of persons from Mau Forest.

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