Thursday, February 20, 2020

The Agikuyu Holy Shrine inaugurated  last week by Environment and Forestry Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko shall be accessed and used free of charge for worship and other spiritual & religious rites by members of the Agikuyu Community on the following terms & conditions.

  1. No putting up of structures or settlement
  2. No cultivation of crops or grazing of
    livestock
  3. No logging or cutting of trees
  4. Every worshipper visiting the site shall
    bring & plant an indigenous tree at the site
  5. A tree nursery & bustani of indigenous
    trees & traditional herbs to be established
    at the site
  6. No trading or commercial business
  7. . No political meetings or gathering

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