Kenyatta bestows honorary environmental awards on close allies before leaving office

Mark Rose (right), head of Fauna & Flora International.
Mark Rose (right), head of Fauna & Flora International. © Najib Balala/Twitter
As his term comes to a close, the Kenyan president has made a number of prominent public figures in his administration "honorory wardens" for their efforts to protect the environment, a largely symbolic title which adds weight when mobilising foreign investments for tourism projects. [...] (398 words)
Issue dated 08/03/2022 Reading time 2 minutes
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