The trade has remained invisible despite earning the dealers Sh32 billion annually in the past two decades as the government continues to lose over Sh5 billion annually at road-blocks manned by police and county council officials.
Kenyan farmers will soon be required to plant trees on at least 10 per cent of their agricultural land.
According to the permanent secretary in the Ministry of Agriculture, this will be the only way to mitigate the effects of climate change.
The three to four negotiators dispatched for such talks are overwhelmed and out- manoeuvred by their counterparts from countries such as United States of America (USA) or Europe who number between 50 and 100.
Hundreds of Kenyans are dying or getting their limbs amputated after snakebites even as dozens of doses of anti-venom vaccines lie un-utilized in government hospitals, some within a kilometre from their homes.
Recent reports of cholera outbreaks in Turkana and parts of Nyanza are clear indicators that our water quality is compromised and a source of killer diseases.
Stunned by the over two billion shillings lost by water companies through illegal connections, leakages and unbilled customers, the water regulatory authority has set up a team of citizens who will monitor and file reports on such connections and other problems facing the water sector.
True story of depletion as exhausted forest leaves communities bare
There was a time when Mau Forest was revered and it was a taboo to cut down some trees from within it. This is when the forest formed an impenetrable canopy. The forest was respected because it protected generations. It was the source of medicine, food and fuel.
Even as Kenyans get ready for the General Elections, many questions remain answered that make a majority feel that they should not be taking part in the polls.
Many people living at the Coast feel that they have not had their independence as they are still under colonial laws. The laws in which they are operating and living has left them in a desperate position.