Kenya is shrugging off logistical warnings and planning to commission its first nuclear power plant within eight years, according to a Standard Media story.
The quest is actually nearly nine years old. Kenyan officials first announced plans for a nuclear power plant in 2010. It also would be hugely expensive, at an estimated $5 billion or more in U.S. dollars, according to reports.
Siting and other issues, however, have brought up by experts from other nations.