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We Will Not Destroy Our Green Environment With Express Way Project, Badi Assures Nairobians


Nairobi Metropolitan Services Director General Mohammed Badi has dismissed reports that they will cut down trees and clear vegetation in Westlands areas affected by the Express Way.

Speaking today at Fig Tree Ngara Badi says  he does not have such plans terming them as hearsay and that he will ensure that environment is conserved in all areas that the Express Way development project will pass through.

‘‘The specific purpose of me coming here is to assure members of the public and all those concerned from conservation that these trees will be preserved that whatever the development that will happen here will not touch these trees,’’ Badi said.

He further stated that plans are underway to  give new life to major parks in the city so that wananchi can enjoy.

‘‘We are also in the process of revitalizing of the three main parks in Nairobi this being; Uhuru Park, Central Park and Jeevanjee Gardens to enable Nairobians have an appreciation of recreational spaces that are safe, clean and have improved aesthetics,’’ he added.