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Tobiko speaks tough on plastic bags ban


Newly appointed Environment and Forestry CS Keriako Tobiko has asked Environment ministry staff to resign if they feel the weight of work is too much for them to deliver.

Speaking when taking over office today, Tobiko stated that NEMA must do its job and warned against the uplifting of plastic carrier bags through black market.

The former Director of Public Prosecution spoke today after officially taking over from CS Judi Wakhungu, who was nominated as Kenya’s Ambassador to France.

He further added that he will engage the Ministry of Education to ensure environmental studies are featured in the school curriculum.