President William Ruto has revealed that he has been assigned to plant 20,000 trees as Kenya marks the National Tree Planting Day....CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

Speaking on Friday, May 10 during the Launch of Call Centre International Global Center in Kiambu County, Ruto said the government plans to plant a minimum of 200 million trees.

“Today we have a purpose as Kenya to plant a minimum of 200 million trees. When I am done with this function, I have been assigned to plant 20,000 trees today.

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“You understand that I need some help so anybody who can plant a tree on my behalf it will go a long way in me attaining the threshold that I have been assigned,” said Ruto.

The Head of State is expected to lead the national tree planting exercise in Murang’a County while his deputy Rigathi Gachagua will be in Samburu.

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Cabinet Secretaries on the other hand will lead the national tree planting drive across counties.

Interior CS Kithure Kindiki on Wednesday declared Friday, May 10, 2024, a public holiday to mark the national tree growing day and remember Kenyans who have been adversely affected by ongoing floods.

CS Kindiki mentioned that growing trees is the singular long-term solution to the climate crisis and its effects.

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“Acknowledging that tree growing is the singular long-term solution to the climate crisis and its devastating effects on life and livelihoods; Now therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the Public Holidays Act, the Cabinet Secretary for Interior and National Administration, declares Friday, 10th May 2024, a public holiday for purposes of countrywide tree growing activities,” the gazette notice read in part..CONTINUE READING>>

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