James Wakibia is a Kenyan Environmental activist and photojournalist advocating for plastic bans and proper management of plastic waste. He was born in Rongai, Nakuru Kenya. Between 2013 and 2017 he led campaigns calling for a ban on single-use plastic bags in Kenya. He uses Photography and social media to advocate for better management of plastic waste including banning of single-use plastics.
His slogan is ”Less Plastic is Fantastic”.
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