Eldoret: Chief Justice Koome Flags Off Tree Planting Exercise

Chief Justice Martha Koome is a champion for environmental protection and for bringing justice closer to residents. She has praised Eldoret for its efforts in environmental protection and has flagged off over one million trees to be planted in the city. She believes that planting trees is a great way to conserve the environment and that it fosters eternity. She has also committed to devolving courts to Turbo and Moiben to get justice closer to residents.

In her speech at the launch of the tree planting exercise in Eldoret, Koome said that the city is a champion in environmental protection and that its initiatives should be emulated by other cities in Kenya. She cited the city’s green spaces, its investment in renewable energy, and its waste management system as examples of its commitment to environmental protection.

Koome said that Eldoret is a role model for other cities in Kenya and that its success in environmental protection is a testament to the hard work and dedication of its residents and its leaders. She urged other cities to learn from Eldoret and to adopt its best practices in environmental protection.

Eldoret has been at the forefront of environmental protection in Kenya. The city has implemented a number of initiatives to reduce its carbon footprint and promote sustainable development.

These initiatives include: Planting trees and other vegetation throughout the city,Investing in renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power, Developing a comprehensive waste management system,Promoting public transportation and cycling and Educating the public about the importance of environmental protection

Eldoret’s efforts in environmental protection have been recognized by a number of organizations. In 2022, the city was awarded the Green City Award by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP). The award is given to cities that have made significant progress in environmental protection and sustainable development.

Eldoret’s success in environmental protection is an inspiration to other cities in Kenya. The city’s example shows that it is possible to achieve sustainable development while also improving the quality of life for residents.

In addition to her commitment to environmental protection, Koome is also committed to bringing justice closer to residents. She has announced that courts will be devolved in Turbo and Moiben to get justice closer to residents. This is a significant step forward, as it will make it easier for people in these areas to access justice.

Koome’s commitment to environmental protection and to bringing justice closer to residents is commendable. She is a true champion for the people of Kenya.

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