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State ends geothermal exploration row

BUSINESS
By Antony Gitonga | Nov 21st 2015 | 1 min read
By Antony Gitonga | November 21st 2015
BUSINESS

Energy PS Joseph Njoroge has intervened in a row on the exploration of geothermal energy in Longonot, Naivasha. As a result, two communities embroiled in a standoff with the AGIL Geothermal Drilling Company have now agreed to hold joint elections to pick their representatives in the company.

Farmers and members of the local pastoralist community will now elect officials next week after they were prevailed upon by government officials. The PS and Nakuru County Commissioner Joshua Nkanatha Thuranira led government officials during talks that ended the row.

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