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Kakuzi plc leads industry players for major tree growing exercise

Listed food producer Kakuzi Plc was among private sector players led by several captains of industry who joined the nationwide tree planting exercise yesterday. Kakuzi Plc staffers led by Managing Director Chris Flowers joined Ithanga and Murang’a South Sub County residents in planting more than 400 indigenous trees donated by the firm. In addition, as part of the Nginye Valley rehabilitation campaign in Ithanga sub-county, the company confirmed plans to plant 500 more indigenous trees today as part of the rehabilitation initiative with a 10,000-tree planting target. “All the trees donated from our agroforestry nurseries will be nurtured to maturity in close collaboration with the local community,” said Mr Flowers yesterday.https://www.standardmedia.co.ke/business/business/article/2001485283/kenyas-captains-of-industry-lead-tree-growing-initiatives

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    • Rotich Kim

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      Restoration of our environment dignity

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      • Kevin

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        Very good progress

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        • walter lungayi

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          It is encouraging to see Kakuzi plc taking the lead in a major tree growing exercise. As deforestation continues to be a major concern globally, it is important for companies to prioritize reforestation efforts. Hopefully, other industry players will follow suit and contribute to creating a more sustainable future for our planet.

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          • George Kariuki

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            Together, we can make a real difference in protecting the environment and building a more sustainable future for Kenya.

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            • Elizabeth Gathigia

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              @george_kariuki Yes, I agree with you

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            • Tabitha Kimani

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              Kakuzi have done well but they also need to know that blue gum is not the kind of tree we should be promoting. Their forests are made of blue gums.

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              • Jane Wangui

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                @tabitha_kimani I agree.And they used to sell to the power people for electricity posts, now for power they use concrete ones.

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              • Elizabeth Gathigia

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                Good job kakuzi, restoring the forests is our responsibility

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                • Joseph Githinji

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                  This is commendable, getting our indigenous forest back is so important in our ecosystem.

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                  • rosebellendiritu

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                    Very good that they are taking care of our forests that will bring so much change in future

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                    • johnte ndeto

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                      Restoration of our forests is really impressive

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