Monday, February 19, 2018
CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu is shown a copy of a book Birth of a Nation, the story of Nation Newspaper, by NMG Editor-in-chief Tom Mshindi. She was presented with the book during a courtesy call at the Nation Centre

The cabinet Secretary for Environment and Natural Resources Prof.  Judi Wakhungu has urged Kenyans to change their behavior on the use of polythene as it was a health and Environmental hazard.

She said polythene used for manufacture of plastic carrier bags was a dangerous contaminant and Nike Lunarestoa 2 Kjcrd Qs pollutant that caused deaths of livestock, fish and life in biodiversity.

Prof. Wakhungu emphasized that the ban on the use and manufacture of plastic bags by the government will be affected in September adding that the move will exempt plastics used in primary production of goods.

She said the ban on plastics was consistent with Kenyans right to a clean, healthy Golden Goose Deluxe Brand Portugal environment that was provided for by the country’s constitution , and appealed to the public to help eradicate the use of the destructive product.

Environment PS Mr. Charles Sunkuli makes a point at the Nation Centre during a courtesy call by CS Prof. Wakhungu on the Editor-in- Chief Mr. Tom Mshindi. On PS’s left is Prof. Geoffrey Wahungu, DG NEMA and NMG’s Advertising Hungary Kits Director Mr. Michael Ngugi

The CS was speaking when she paid a courtesy call on the Nation Media Group’s Editor-in-Chief Mr. Tom Mshindi at his Golden Goose office.  She confirmed that alternatives to the plastic carrier bag were already in use and included traditional wooven bags, paper bags using sisal, bamboo and water Nike Free 3.0 V6 Release Date hyacinth.

Prof Wakhungu observed that production of the alternative carrier bags would create employment in the country and promote the use of local products.

She was accompanied by Principal Secretary for Environment Mr. Charles Sunkuli and the Director General of National Environment Management Authority Prof. Geoffrey Wahungu.

 

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