Raila Odinga was addressing the Residents of Narok who are mostly from Maasai community in Olulunga ground, in Narok County. He promised to work with the well abled and open minded politicians and individuals.
However, something that caught the attention of many individuals during the meeting was when he mentioned the issue of Mau Forest which he faught hard to remove all the enchroachers who had made it their inhabitation way back during grand coalition government with Mwai Kibaki. He said that the way he cooperated with the late William Ole Ntimama to protect Mau Forest from possible encroachment, he is now ready to protect every forest cover in this country.
Speaking in Narok today, he was able to mention about Murumbi's land which is believed to have been snatched by unknown powerful person in this government, and therefore, he has promised to look into this matter of land, security, education and Foret conservation if he manage to beat William Ruto in August 9th presidential elections.
What is your opinion on Raila's promise to protect Mau forest and all forest covers in this country? Leave your comment below.
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