Business Daily | by Joseph Wangui
A court has suspended plans by the Kenya Airports Authourity (KAA) to demolish buildings constructed near the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) Nairobi.
KAA had marked the properties for demolition over security concerns specifically for travelers, as the country continues to upgrade its international status. The properties are situated on five land parcels near the JKIA.
While stopping the planned demolitions, Justice Bernard Eboso said the structures should be preserved pending outcome of an out-court-settlement proposed by the National Lands Commission (NLC)…