KPA told to evict people from Sh1.9bn port land

Business Daily | by Edna Mwenda

MPs have asked the Kenya Ports Authority to vacate all compensated people still occupying land on which Lamu port stands by end of August, citing the affected members were duly paid an amount of Sh1.9 billion.

In a report by the Public Investment Committee, legislators say the occupants are still living on the land despite the project’s completion and payment made through the National Lands Commission.

The report is in response to the auditor general’s enquiry into the variance of the property, plant and equipment (PPE) balances in which the Lamu port land costs of Sh1.9 billion were not included…

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