Over 1000 families feud over Marmanet forest evictions (Laikipia County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Julius Chepkwony] More than 1000 families living in Marmanet forest in Laikipia County have vowed to go to court to block the government’s planned eviction order. The affected families have protested an order by Environment Cabinet Secretary Keriako Tobiko to move out or be evicted forcibly, saying they have valid title deeds issued by the Government.…


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State plots fresh evictions from Mombasa government land near Waitiki

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Weldon Kipkemoi] Anxiety is growing among hundreds of squatters after the State indicated they will be evicted from Shonda in Likoni, Mombasa County, in the coming weeks. The 50-acre piece of land they occupy is adjacent to a 943-acre tract that the State bought from Evanson Waitiki to settle nearly 8,000…


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Kaya elders cry foul as Malindi tycoon evicts them from land (Kilifi County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Nehemiah Okwembah] Kaya elders in Malindi Sub County are an angry lot after a local tycoon evicted them from their premises within the town. The elders claim that they were ambushed by the tycoon’s decision on Wednesday to fence off the compound that they have called home for 16 years. Led…


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State to prepare for second phase of the Mau forest evictions

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Steve Mkawale] Security personnel have been deployed to the Maasai Mau forest to carry out the second phase of evictions, targeting some 10,000 illegal settlers. This comes as the State, this week, published in the dailies 1,274 title deeds in the Mau complex for cancellation. The Ministry of Land in 2018…


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Trader contests eviction from premises for Kisumu Port expansion

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Jack Murima] A Kisumu-based trader has challenged his intended eviction from a premise by Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) in bid to expand the much hyped Kisumu port. Abdulahi Abdi Alinur, who sued as Baraka Shopping Complex, argues that he obtained the land after signing a long-term lease agreement with KRC commencing…


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Over 256 families left homeless after Eldoret eviction

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Stephen Rutto] At least 250 families in Eldoret were on Tuesday evicted after a six-year tussle over county government housing units in the North Rift town. The families were forced out of their premises at Macharia estate near the 64 stadium in an eviction exercise carried out by a contingent of…


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Families kicked out of Nakuru sisal farm seek help to settle

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Kevin Rotich and Geoffrey Ondieki] Over 400 families who were evicted from Athinai Sisal Estate in Rongai, Nakuru County now want President Uhuru Kenyatta help them rebuild their lives. The evictees, who have now camped at the Athinai trading centre along the Nakuru-Baringo road, were kicked out of the farm in…


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Confusion as eviction looms on Kenya Railways land (Kisumu County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Kevine Omollo] There is anxiety among tenants of Kenya Railways premises and land in Kisumu following a controversial eviction notice circulated last week. The notice directs the tenants to vacate the premises within one month from the time of its delivery or face forceful eviction. With works ongoing at the Kisumu…


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