The National Environment Management Authority and the Kenya Association of Kenya manufactures were bribed by Endmor Steel to overlook pollution activities by the cartel company, we can confirm.
The National Environment Management Authority has remained the most corrupt state body where officials are building multimillion building yet Kenyans know their salaries. Most of their money comes from bribes and most of them would rather resign than accept a lifestyle audit, if given those options.
In most cases, NEMA officials only handle 1 complaint in 1,000 confirming how taxpayers monies are being wasted. Despite letters to both NEMA and KAM, nothing has been done about Endmor pollution.
According to the Syokimau residents that cnyakundi.com spoke to, the NEMA director-general “Prof.” Geoffrey Wahungu has refused to meet them over this matter, confirming that he has been compromised to overlook the pollution.
As you can see in the images and videos shared below, the industry only operates at night, NEMA and KAM are aware.
We can confirm that the pollution is drastic after an NGO called CODE Africa installed air monitoring sensors that confirmed the industry pollutes the air.
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