Kenya Chamber of Mines urges government to speed up airborne survey

By Liz Gyekye
Published: Monday, 24 August 2015

Two years ago, Kenya’s Mining Secretary, Najib Balala, made it one of his priorities to implement an airborne survey to determine the number of mineral deposits in the East African country. Yet, Kenya is still waiting for this survey to take place. This has prompted the Kenya Chamber of Mines to call on the government to invest in a survey to help mining sector growth.

The Kenya Chamber of Mines is calling on the government to speed up its plans to carry out an airborne survey to map out the potential of minerals in the country, as the lobbying body says that delays are inhibiting growth in the sector.

Speaking to website Capital FM Business, Kenya...

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