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MP Komba Quee Adjusts Suspension Date of Mining Activities in Kamaa Chiefdom

MP Komba Quee Adjusts Suspension Date of Mining Activities in Kamaa Chiefdom

In response to widespread public concerns, Honorable Komba Quee, Member of Parliament, has taken decisive action by announcing the readjustment of the suspension date for mining activities within the Kamaa Chiefdom.


After engaging in extensive discussions with stakeholders and carefully considering community feedback, Honorable Quee has extended the suspension period. In an exclusive interview with Sierraloaded, he underscored his unwavering commitment to representing the interests of the people he serves. He emphasized the paramount importance of safeguarding the community's traditions and preventing any external encroachments on their rights.


This adjustment follows the initial announcement of the suspension, prompted by the severe illness of Paramount Chief Aiah Melvin Ngekia, which necessitated preparations for a ceremonial burial. The revised suspension dates now span from the 10th to the 15th of April, 2024.


Honorable Quee has cited overwhelming support from the community, with an estimated 70 to 80 percent of stakeholders favoring this decision. The objective is to afford uninterrupted mourning for the late Paramount Chief while upholding cultural traditions and sensitivities during this poignant period of transition.


This development underscores the critical role of community engagement and responsive governance in addressing pressing issues affecting local populations. As the region navigates through this transitional phase, Honorable Quee's proactive leadership serves as a testament to his commitment to serving the best interests of his constituents and preserving the rich cultural heritage of the Kamaa Chiefdom.


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