Assertions made by Hon. Kipyegon Johana Ngeno, a member of the Emurua Dikirr tribe, that Ledama Ole Kina did not finish his education as a result of the transfer of Mau forest management from Narok to Bomet counties, have been refuted by Hon. Ledama Ole Kina, a senator for Narok County.
Ledama Ole Kina explains to Hon. Johana Ngeno in a video clip that Ngeno doesn't understand the importance of conservation. I planted over 26 million trees in the Mau forest.
I said that as a senator for Narok County, any attempt to change the limits of the Mau Forest goes against all I stand for. You deliberately behave like a Bomet MP. You need to retake your classes.
"You are so naive, Jaribu kuguza. Ledama, I am Mau Woodland ndo Mtajua Sisi." stated Ole Kina. Ladama is furious. Ole Kina stated that he was against giving Bomet management of the Mau Forest.
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