A vocal politician affiliated to the Deputy President William Ruto has told off the county government of Nakuru over the claims that it has discovered a waterfall in Dundori Forest.
Kimani Ngunjiri who represents Bahati constituency in the national assembly has said that the waterfall has always been there and the people like him who were raised in the area have been knowing about it.
In a visit to the now listed attraction site in Nakuru county, the MP has urged the forest department to include the youth in the conservation of the area.
“It is a pity that the county government of Nakuru claims to have discovered a waterfall that has been in existence for so long. Some of us who were raised in the area know so much about it unlike the team claiming to have discovered the waterfall. My main concern is that the youth should be included in the conservation of this area, now that it will be attracting so many people.”
Kimani Ngunjiri added that it would be unfortunate o have the attraction site only for it to ruin the natural setting of the environment. He has said that it would be important to have clear garbage collection points that would be great in ensuring that the attraction site us not littered carelessly.
He also raised the importance of empowerment of the youth. His concern about the environment led him to add that the forest officers should be working on ensuring that all the facilities such lavatories would be made available as the waterfall is also a catchment area for the water that serves people in Kabatini area.
He has promised news that will shock Kenyans very soon.