Environment
Matiri encroachers’ 40 days running out
Publish Date: Aug 22, 2014
Matiri encroachers’ 40 days running out
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By Gerald Tenywa

ON 25th July, High Court ordered encroachers to stop their activities, farming and felling trees for either timber or charcoal burning. The encroachers have a deadline of August 31 to vacate the reserve.

The proverbial 40 days are running out for the encroachers. 

 
 
 
 
 
 

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