I like it when I see political contestants making solid, informed critical comments on economic and public policy.
I think it also makes smart politics, especially as people are becoming more and more discerning about such prevailing issues.
In this context, Nasa co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka’s comments in Lamu the other day on the proposed coal and power plant are welcome.
The overall potential negative impact this proposed plant could have on the town and the region is, in my humble opinion, underestimated and equally understated.
This is especially so by the parties that have a vested interest in this huge $2 billion (Sh206 billion) project. Read original article here