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Boniface Mwangi 5 Dec 16
Replying to @bonifacemwangi
Lamu is Kenya's oldest town and a UNESCO World Heritage site. A company called wants to build a coal plant there
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Boniface Mwangi 6 Dec 16
Lamu is a gem.Heaven on earth,but it's people are poor. is lying that a coal plant will "create jobs",how many jobs?
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deCOALonize Kenya Jun 12
We were denied entry to the Embassy. Police came heavily armed. We were thus dispersed but our spirit is not broken. We still tell forget profits. Think health. You can still do business. Invest in
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Moina Spooner 1 Jun 17
No to coal! There are lower cost options for Kenya to meet its electricity goals
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deCOALonize Kenya Jun 12
We say no to harmful development. We welcome investors like Amu Power & Centum investment to think of better alternatives
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El Commandanté Sep 27
Yet you pushing down our throats!! renewables is the way to go
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Gahwa Alasiri 11 Dec 15
Replying to @jumaf3
who is paying your rent?
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Hadija Ernst 22 May 17
Then why provide surety to to build plant in Kenya. Speaking with forked tongue? Kenya
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SokoAnalyst 14 Dec 15
Community sensitizations are ongoing with county stakeholders learning about the project.
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AP Otieno(kenya4ever) 6 Dec 16
@UKenyatta govt wants to steal oil revenue from turukana and destroy lamu with coal plant leave our island
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Rayhab 9 Dec 15
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Daughter of Isiolo 18 Dec 15
Company cares about the people it works with
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Feisal 19 Nov 15
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Hadija Ernst 3 Jun 17
Replying to @nderi_j @DavidNdii
what will do with the ash is clearly stated in the EIA. Have a read. It will be left to pile up & uncovered.
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#deCOALonize 24 Dec 15
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Daughter of Isiolo 18 Dec 15
Sufficient production and supply of energy is key to economic development in any given area.
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Vera Shawiza 10 Dec 15
water is life...the company has donated and constructed several water tanks for the people of Lamu
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Dr. Roselyn Akombe Jun 10
Congratulations for this announcement meant to further protect our environment. In this same spirit, do preserve our national and heritage site in by ending efforts of et al to continue with the
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InfluencerKE 6 Dec 16
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Vera Shawiza 18 Dec 15
The Company working with the County Government to sponsor and install street solar lights that light up the sea front of Lamu
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