I will not be negotiating with the KALENJIN community’s cry babies (Leaders like MURKOMEN) over Mau evictions - TOBIKO

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Monday July 30, 2018 - Environment Cabinet Secretary, Keriako Tobiko, has said the Government will not be turning back on the ongoing operation targeting illegal Mau Forest settlers.

Speaking on Sunday, Keriako asked politicians from Rift Valley to stop politicising the eviction saying it will conserve the water tower which is a source of livelihood to over 10 million Kenyans.

“If you are occupying Mau and you have encroached on it, it doesn’t matter if you are a Kisii, Kikuyu, Maasai or Kalenjin or any other green man from planet Mars, you have to get out,” Tobiko said.

The CS was responding to claims by some politicians from the Rift Valley that the evictions are political.

“This is absolutely not negotiable. It’s not only critical for the Government and the future generations, but also for the world,” he said.

The Minister said the Government is committed to sorting out the thorny Mau issue “once and for all”.

He concluded by warning politicians against character assassination.

“Those interested in throwing in my name, saying because I’m a Maasai I’m conflicted on the issue, should be part of the solution,” he said.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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