Dialogue can secure evictees’ liberties

Residents of Sierra Leone, Narok County, on September 2, 2019 protest the arrival of Kenya Forest Service rangers ahead of eviction of people from Mau Forest. PHOTO | FILE | NATION MEDIA GROUP

What you need to know:

  • The wanton plunder of the forest is evidence of cover-ups and failed policies.
  • Law enforcement agencies do not require a battalion of soldiers to catch the real culprits of the plunder.

Decades of efforts to restore the Mau Forest complex have yielded mixed results and disrupted the lives of thousands of families with mothers, children and the elderly bearing the brunt of evictions from the forest.


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