kyg constitution draft. In our endeavour as the Parklands Greens to set out to better our environment we came up with a constitution that is intended to be the guiding light that will help us adhere to the spirit, beliefs and aspiration of environmental aware individuals. This constitution upholds our wishes, cements our beliefs, anchors our ideals and provides the way to be followed as we set out in journey to a better future.
Any comments on suitable amendments, repeal and any issue to include or exclude is welcome.
The club would like to extend its sincere gratitude and thanks to the Constitutional Committee comprised of:
- Muiruri Edwin Wanyoike
- Kioko James Francis
- Ondeche Millicent
- Manyara Brian Mokua
- Njuguna et al
its only through their individual and combined efforts were able to make the constitution a reality.
We would also like to recognize the help extended to the club by the Office of the Dean, School of Law and the Campus Community.
Thank you all.
The Project Manager,
Show me your friends and I will describe your character is a popular English saying that is bandied around, usually coming hot on the heels of the birds of the same feather allegory. However, in the environmental landscape a new catch word seems to be springing up like summer grass: show me your dump-site and I will give you a barometer reading of your environmental consciousness. Our dirt tells a lot about our principles, what you call dirt tells me your values as a person. In this vein we, The Parklands Greens, have seen fit to make the journey to Thika to visit the Kang’uki dump site.
Come Friday, we shall undertake to view how waste management is carried out in the dump site, what amounts to dirt to people in the surroundings and the environmental impact of the dump site to the community. We are tentatively planning on leaving from the Parklands Campus-School of Law at 9:00 am and hope to have wrapped the trip by 2:00 pm. All members and fellow stakeholders are invited and encouraged to walk the talk.
The Project Manager,