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Action taken by Kitui County to end charcoal burning

Despite a ban issued in February,Charcoal burning has been secretly going on in Kitui forests with more than 1,000 people being found burning charcoal...

Go Ngilu’s way, Joho told

Ban Charcoal Trade to Save Mombasa Water Catchments, Joho Told by activists from Mombasa. Activists on Thursday, 22nd March 2018 implored upon Mombasa County Governor...

Charcoal trade now a lucrative business in Kajiado, see the new...

A sack of charcoal in Kajiado now costs up to Sh5,000 following Governor Joseph ole Lenku's ban on the trade two weeks ago. A spot...

Mwingi probox ferrying charcoal was not torched, find out here

By Linah Musangi Mwingi, 27/2/2018: A probox loaded with charcoal has burst into flames in Mwingi town. It is claimed that the cause of the...

Charcoal Trade in Kitui must stop, whether they call it incitement...

"We cannot continue cutting down trees to please idle demonstrators. The ongoing demonstrations in Limuru will never bring rains to Kitui county" Governor Ngilu...

Legislator backs Honorable Ngilu in sand and charcoal ban in Kitui.

Matters involving illegal sand havesting and charcoal burning have become the center of attention not only in Mwingi West but the entire Kitui county...

Mui youths sets charcoal ablaze

BY Linah Musangi Mwingi, 15TH FEBRUARY, 2018: A group of youths from Mui ward, Mwingi central sub county in Kitui county yesterday intercepted a lorry ferrying...

Two county officials arrested in line with charcoal truck burning

Kitui's Environment Minister John Makau has been detained by Kitui police following  the burning of a charcoal truck. Makau was detained a long with A...

We’re strongly behind you, Kitui residents

By Dr. Grace Mutua On the 'Burning' issue of Makaa and Environmental Destruction: We must not be cowered. Let us stand with our Governor. Let's stand...

I support Ngilu’s ban on charcoal trade in Kitui – MCA,...

Ngilu's ban has had a heated debate with those for the idea and those against. Social media was not left behind in this discussion...