27-04-2017 by redazione
The justification is always the same: the old tree was sick and long-suffering, and it was necessary to break it down.
Certainly, cement-coated is also easier than suffering, in any case progress is also being made by these position cues.
Even equatorial Africa, especially the ever-expanding country like Kenya, follows the well-known lineage of Adriano Celentano's song: "The place where grass was now is a city."
For those who live and attend Malindi, this is the only excellent ghoillotine, one of the great trees along Lamu Road, the town's commercial street. Right in front of the Barclays Bank shopping mall, in front of another bank, a large historic tree was definitively cut off yesterday.
Now parking will definitely be more spacious, but we will miss another little green in the center.
Despite the political crisis and the wait for elections. bis, the government does not stop and continues its plans to upgrade the roads along the coast.
Last Monday, the Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure John Mosonik attended
The project was announced yesterday by Kenya's Minister of Transport James Macharia, who after signing the agreement with colleagues from South Sudan and Ethiopia, contracted two different