Mr Munyes told Parliament on Thursday investors interested in the mineral data would question a survey coordinated by intelligence officers and not experts. Kenya is seeking to determine the quantity of its underground minerals to guide investors seeking to explore mineral wealth. “It’s a pity if the NIS is left to coordinate the project instead of the Ministry Petroleum and Mining,” said Mr Munyes. Mr Munyes said the Interior ministry, which houses the NIS, has since acquired equipment for the survey that was initially set to start in March. The multiagency team will draw representation from Treasury, Mining, ICT and Interior ministries.
Source: Daily Nation November 08, 2018 18:22 UTC