Close to 3000 delegates were present during the Seventh and final day of the Devolution conference held in Makueni county on Wednesday, November 24 with the delegates discussing about climate changes.
Haula Amina, a climate change Advocate was among the delegates present and took center stage to share the disturbing truth about the climate change crisis in the country and she certainly moved those present with her eloquence.
In her poem, Haula wowed leaders and equally challenged those present to use their influence in impacting the looming climate change crisis that the country was staring at as she also paid tribute to the late Wangari Maathai.
"I remember her saying, nature is very unforgiving, if you destroy nature, it will destroy you," she made her statement.
The young advocate who identifies as the Voice of the little One's promised to do her best in sensitizing on the need for climatic change as she left the crowd in stitches by mimicking Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe with his famous saying that the Kenyans were treating the pandemic abnormally.
In a video, She thanked Council of Governor Chairperson Martin Wambora and Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko for giving her the opportunity to nurture her talent and use it for a great cause.
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