Bahati MP Irene Njoki topped the legislators who heeded President Dr William Ruto directive to plant trees so as to achieve 15 billion trees by 2032.
“We celebrate the government’s ambitious mission to plant 15 billion trees across our nation by the year 2032. This mission is a testament to our nations dedication to environmental sustainability and the preservation of our beautiful land.
I stand here today with a heart full of gratitude, inspired by the incredible people of Bahati constituency who joined us in large numbers at Rhino’s Camp Kabatini ward . Your presence and unwavering support in our mission to plant trees is a testament to your dedication to our Constituency and the environment.
But our journey doesn’t end here. It’s a promise to continue working hand in hand for the betterment of our people. Together with our Governor and other elected leaders, we have forged an agreement to enhance service delivery, ensuring that our community receives the best possible support and resources.
Let today’s tree-planting event be a symbol of growth and unity. Just as these trees will flourish and provide shelter, so too will our Constituency prosper and thrive. Let’s continue working together to build a brighter, greener, and more prosperous future for Bahati constituency and our great nation.
Also present were MCAs led by area MCA Hon. Leah Wambui Bahati ward MCA mama Lilian Dunduri ward MCA Gathuita mwangi, County Commissioner Lyford Kibara, Dr. Benjamin Kinyili Asst. Chief Conservator of forests, Kenya Forest Service, Kenya Defense Forces, Kenya Wildlife Service, Comply, Engineers Association of Kenya among many stakeholders.”