No going back to Mau, court tells evictees (Narok County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Julius Chepkwony] Over 3,300 people evicted from the Maasai Mau Forest in November 2019 will stay out of the disputed land until a case they filed in court is determined. Yesterday, a three-judge bench sitting in Nakuru declined to issue conservatory orders sought by the families to compel the government to…


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Squatters evicted from university land seek justice (Lamu County)

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Kalume Kazungu] Several squatter families in Lamu are crying for justice following their recent eviction from a disputed piece of land said to belong to Egerton University. The more than 10 families have now been forced to put up camps by the roadside in Mikinduni, Mkunumbi Division in Lamu West since…


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Eviction: Leaders tell local traders to stay put (Nyeri County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Lydia Nyawira] Leaders in Nyeri County have assured over 2,000 traders in Karatina and Chaka towns that they will not be evicted by the Kenya Railways Corporation. Traders were issued with a notice ordering them to vacate the rail line reserves to give way for the pending full possession and refurbishment…


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Governor tells state off on eviction plan (Narok County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Julius Chepkwony] Kericho Governor Paul Chepkwony has raised concerns over plans by the State to force 300 families evicted from Maasai Mau Forest last year to leave a 13-acre land in Tendwet Narok South. The families were settled on the land after the government refused to compensate them for forest land…


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600 Embakasi land owners face eviction in way-leave row (Nairobi County)

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Sam Kiplagat] Over 600 residents in Embakasi, Nairobi, will be rendered homeless after Kenya Power successfully persuaded the High Court to throw out their petition for encroaching on its power line way-leave. The residents are among land owners along Saika Estate, Omega, Daylight, Chemichemi and Mwengenye areas in Kayole. They had…


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Court halts eviction of 6,000 families from land (Nakuru County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Julius Chepkwony] More than 6,000 families living in Oljorai Farm could be spared eviction after a court suspended execution of a judgment canceling their title deeds. The order, dated December 19, 2019, was issued by the Environment and Lands Court in Nakuru following a notice of motion filed by the chairperson…


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Kenya Railways issues notice to traders in Karatina to move out (Nyeri County)

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Stephen Munyiri] About 3,000 traders in Karatina are faced with uncertainty after the Kenya Railways Corporation (KR) issued a five-day notice to vacate its land on which they have been conducting their business. The traders have been operating on the land reserved for KR for the past 30 years. The notice,…


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Eviction looms in Athi River Portland land (Machakos County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Fredrick Obura] The East African Portland Cement has issued a 14-day eviction notice to people occupying its land in Athi River, Machakos County. The subject parcels are L.R No 10425, L.R No 10424, LR No 7815/1, LR No 8786, and LR No 8784/4. “In view of the above, all are hereby…


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