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Climate Change: Kaduna Plants Over 1.5m Trees – Commissioner




As part of efforts to curtail climate change, making Kaduna green and ensure environmental protection, Kaduna State government has so far planted over 1.5  million assorted types of trees accross the state,  the state commissioner  of Agriculture  and forestry Professor Kabir  Mato has disclosed.

He made the disclosure at a collaborative flag-off of tree planting between the ministry and Rotary  club of Kaduna district 9125.

At the flag-off,  500 kinds  of trees  were jointly  donated by the Kaduna  state  government  and Rotary club, which include mango, citrus, Almond, guava  and flamboyant.

The commissioner in his speech at the tree planting which took place at the millennium city,  Kaduna, described the efforts of the Rotary club of Kaduna as commendable, saying, it will complement Governor  Nasiru Ahmed el-Rufai  ‘s efforts and commitment towards  ensuring that Kaduna  state is saved from all forms of environmental hazards.

Earlier,  the President, Rotary club of Kaduna district 9125, Rotarian Adejoke Adeyinka said the donation of the trees which are largely economic trees is to improve the lives  of the people and protect  the environment  which she said is in recognition of the governor’s strides in a greener Kaduna State and to encourage him to continue the good works.

Towards this end,  she called on people to avoid indiscriminate felling of trees particularly those of economic importance.

She stressed that the importance of trees such as prevention of erosion,  beautifying the environment among others cannot be over-emphasised.

She informed that Rotary club of Kaduna district 9125 will continue to collaborate with individuals, organisation and government in whichever way possible that will affect the lives of the people positively particularly the downtrodden and vulnerable in the society.



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