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Tabitha Kimani

32 w

William Ruto

Climate love

LOBBYING FOR INCREASED FINANCES TO MITIGATE THE CLIMATE CHANGE EFFECTS IN AFRICA AT COP 27 .

His excellency the president of Kenya dr. William Ruto wants more funds to be availed for Africa to be able to deal with the devastating effects of climate change. He held discussions with Spain's Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez who had visited him. The president says that multilateral organization should provide financing for resilience, mitigation, adaptation and for dealing with the impacts of climate change. This will be discussed in a robust manner once they meet in Egypt for COP 27. Earlier on, the president pledged to plant 5 billion trees in a span of five years. Kenya and the horn of Africa region is experiencing ravages of drought, the worst in decades while Nigeria is experiencing the worst of floods. Mt. Kilimanjaro is also on fire and the dry conditions are accelerating its spread. https://youtu.be/yStAge4UhGo?t=8

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  • Patrick Kiash

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    Him and His counterpart Spanish prime minister, they have a great agenda, climate crisis must be faced by its horns by all stakeholders for a better solving policies.

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    • Peter Kamau

      32 w

      With the COP happening on the African soil,Africa hopes to reap the best out of it.

      • Timothy Ndegwa

        32 w

        Accolades well deserved Mr. President

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