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Climate change strike: Kenya joins the world to protest

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Kenya has joined the rest of the world to protest about climate change calling on leaders to act very quickly.

In Nairobi, young men and women joined hands at Uhuru Park with boards saying the “planet is on fire” and “don’t be a fossil fool.”

The protesters in Nairobi are part of a worldwide call happening in New York under one activist by the name of Greta Thunberg.

In Asia, very young students took to the streets protesting about climate change as they hold placards saying “I need you to panic.”

School going pupils in uniforms also joined as teachers defended their actions saying it’s a global call for action.

Also read: Boris Johnson’s entourage to Queen blocked by protesters

In London, parents joined their children to demonstrate in the presence of their teachers saying they are in danger if nothing is done about it.

India is set to join with a huge number expected to hit the capital Delhi protesting the increased cases of toxic air in the country.

Slavian Mwangecho
Passionate blogger on a day to day activities happening in Kenya, Africa and around the world. A keen follower of the latest news making headlines around the world

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