Tobiko extends logging ban

By , People Daily Digital
Thursday, November 21st, 2019 15:24 | < 1 min read
Environment CS Keriako Tobiko has extended the logging ban for one more year.

Cabinet Secretary for Environment Keriako Tobiko has extended the logging ban in public land and community forests for one year.

"The moratorium imposed by the Government on logging in Public and Community Forests has been extended for a further period of twelve months," read the statement by Tobiko.

Tobiko effected the initial logging ban in 2018, as a move to protect forests and water catchment areas from destruction.

Tobiko then extended the three months ban for six more months.

The initial ban was issued by the Deputy President William Ruto.

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Njange Maina is a journalist by profession with a degree in Journalism from the Multimedia University of Kenya. He is currently pursuing a micro-masters degree in Digital Branding and Marketing. He is interested in digital media, human interest stories, and business journalism.

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