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Polythene bags ban issues
mobutu123
#41 Posted : Thursday, August 31, 2017 4:20:28 PM
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AlphDoti wrote:
Lolest! wrote:
@impunity, been checking the countries that have banned plastic bags. Most are third world countries. Most are in Africa with Bangladesh being perhaps the only non African country with a successful total ban.

The Rwanda case is often quoted but they are totally different from us. They are very disciplined, do not trash, don't junp traffic lights even at night. Great people. Here in Kenya, you buy a soda as you drive towards Nakuru, ikiisha you just mannerlessly thrust the plastic bottle out of the car. Itaokotwa na kanjo ya huko Flyover ama Kinungi

I get very disgusted walking behind someone in a clean section of a town where county govt has done nice paving then you see them drop banana peels on the pavement.

We need stronger non-littering, non spitting laws and enforcement

This is where I agree with you. You have described my experience completely! The lack of manners exhibited by many people is annoying and frustrating...

Michael Joseph summed it up."peculiar kenyan habits"
Anti_Burglar
#42 Posted : Thursday, August 31, 2017 4:51:53 PM
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Joined: 9/11/2015
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washiku wrote:
Anti_Burglar wrote:
Schoopid law!

Kwani plastic imekuwa bhangi? If you are caught with it unaenda jela?

schoopid kabisa!


In fact it's negative effects are worse to many compared to negative effect of bhangi.



Until intoxicated goons confront you and your loved one. But seriously, ati jela? Why not sentence the culprit to community service like picking up the litter in Machakos airport or something along those lines? Your primary intention is to clean up the environment or any and all reason to cart folk off to jail?

Jela? Just try to visualise it. Jela?

Which mpigs passed this law, a middle finger to plebeians?
Lolest!
#43 Posted : Thursday, August 31, 2017 5:20:43 PM
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Joined: 3/18/2011
Posts: 12,013
Location: Kianjokoma
Anti_Burglar wrote:
washiku wrote:
Anti_Burglar wrote:
Schoopid law!

Kwani plastic imekuwa bhangi? If you are caught with it unaenda jela?

schoopid kabisa!


In fact it's negative effects are worse to many compared to negative effect of bhangi.



Until intoxicated goons confront you and your loved one. But seriously, ati jela? Why not sentence the culprit to community service like picking up the litter in Machakos airport or something along those lines? Your primary intention is to clean up the environment or any and all reason to cart folk off to jail?

Jela? Just try to visualise it. Jela?

Which mpigs passed this law, a middle finger to plebeians?

True, the penalties are too high. It's jail term for minimum 1 year(not clear from media reports)

Fines upto 4m

Is there really an Act of Parliament for this or it was just a ministerial order?
Laughing out loudly smile Applause d'oh! Sad Drool Liar Shame on you Pray
mkenyan
#44 Posted : Thursday, August 31, 2017 5:49:41 PM
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Joined: 4/1/2009
Posts: 1,822
Lolest! wrote:
Anti_Burglar wrote:
washiku wrote:
Anti_Burglar wrote:
Schoopid law!

Kwani plastic imekuwa bhangi? If you are caught with it unaenda jela?

schoopid kabisa!


In fact it's negative effects are worse to many compared to negative effect of bhangi.



Until intoxicated goons confront you and your loved one. But seriously, ati jela? Why not sentence the culprit to community service like picking up the litter in Machakos airport or something along those lines? Your primary intention is to clean up the environment or any and all reason to cart folk off to jail?

Jela? Just try to visualise it. Jela?

Which mpigs passed this law, a middle finger to plebeians?

True, the penalties are too high. It's jail term for minimum 1 year(not clear from media reports)

Fines upto 4m

Is there really an Act of Parliament for this or it was just a ministerial order?

ministerial order, made pursuant to the national environmental management and coordination act. the famous penalties people are talking of are non-existent/not supported by any law.
murchr
#45 Posted : Friday, May 17, 2019 6:12:33 PM
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Joined: 2/26/2012
Posts: 15,600
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