Environment

ENVIRONMENT

Help! They're eating ground at Sabaki River

Petition to stop the excavations to take the sand

03-04-2016 by redazione

Trucks that come and go at any time of day or night, along dirt roads but widened and leveled specifically for them to pass, that sawing in two peaceful villages of huts and some houses in masonry.
The scenery of the banks of the Sabaki River, a few kilometers from Malindi and its natural estuary, has always been one of the scenic beauties of this part of the coast.
Today it is under serious threat from industrial activities, mainly construction, without permits and in defiance of any environmental protection, are digging the hills of the valley of the river down and remove tons of sand for cement (among other things, quality is not good), by reducing the banks of the river to a gruyere.
The lawyer Tukero Ole Kina, very known in the city, was the first to denounce this abuse, that goes unnoticed as it happens here in many illegal practices that are settled in one way or another. Now many residents, especially the British, are joining his crusade will end hopefully soon on President Kenyatta table.

TAGS: Sabaki RiverFiume SabakiTukero Ole Kina

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