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Don't force residents to accept establishment of a dangerous project.

: Police break up environmental training on nuclear reactor.
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Environmental activists have accused the government for trying to force a nuclear reactor plant in the area.They term this project as dangerous to the residents because it poses as healthy risks to the people and also to the environment.The police dispersed their meeting because they don't want anybody going against the governments plan,although they say that they will take the necessary precautions before setting up by 2034,the activists feel that it is dangerous to them and the surroundings hence no need to set up.The government should not use the police to intimidate them when they are trying to enlighten the residents about it consequences.

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  • Elizabeth Gathigia

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    This project should be stopped, it poses risk to the environment and the people too

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    • CHRIS NGATIA

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      It should not be accepted

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      • Esther Wanjiku

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        The feasibility of this project is also in question given the limited Kenyan resources

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        • Kihm Francis

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          unexpectable!! We are in danger of destroying ourselves by our greed

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          • Annett Michuki..

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            this should not be accepted at all cost

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            • Rotich Kim

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              The Kenya government should be flexible and ready to listen to fellow citizens on making decisions which is critical to our environment

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              • Rashid Kamau

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                @rotich_kim Absolutely!

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              • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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                This incident highlights the importance of open dialogue and community engagement when it comes to potentially dangerous projects, such as a nuclear reactor. It's crucial that residents' concerns are heard and addressed rather than being forced into accepting something they perceive as a risk to their health and the environment. Using the police to disperse an environmental training session raises questions about freedom of expression and the need for transparent decision-making. Balancing economic development with environmental and public safety concerns is essential in the context of addressing climate change. It's essential for governments to engage in constructive dialogue and provide clear information to address the valid concerns of their citizens. πŸŒπŸ—£οΈπŸš«

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