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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EACC links tycoon and Nairobi County staff to land saga

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Roselyne Obala] The anti-graft agency has forwarded names of 14 people to the Director Public Prosecution Noordin Haji for prosecution over the controversial sale of Sh110 million public land. The parcel of land in South C is at the centre of a protracted war between Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko and the…


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Traders worried as Kenya Railways pursues Karatina land (Nyeri County)

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Stephen Munyiri] The Kenya Railways Corporation has stood its ground, saying those who have encroached on its land in Karatina, Nyeri County, must move to pave the way for revival of the Nairobi- Nanyuki line. In November 2018, a notice in the local dailies, signed by the corporation’s acting Managing Director,…


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Residents sue private developer for grabbing city hospital land (Nairobi County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Paul Ogemba] Residents of Parklands have sued a private developer for taking over land for a public hospital to put up a residential building. The Parklands Community Group accused Garun Investment Ltd and Alif Homes Ltd of forcefully demolishing the Highridge Health Centre after using an illegally acquired title and colluding…


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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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EACC targets South C land grabbers (Nairobi County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Roslyne Obala] The anti-graft agency wants the Director Public Prosecution (DPP) Noordin Haji to approve the prosecution of 14 individuals over alleged Sh110 million public land fraud in South C. The controversial land is at the centre of a protracted war between Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption…


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Questions raised over SGR firm occupying public land (Nairobi County)

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Share      [Source: Business Daily, by Edwin Mutai] The Chinese firm which built the Mombasa-Nairobi standard gauge railway (SGR) is accused of illegally occupying a piece of land originally owned by the department of children services. Parliament heard that the lease agreement between the China Roads and Bridge Cooperation (CRBC) and the State department Labour and Social…


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Nakuru Muslims vow to protect their land from grabbers

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Francis Mureithi] Members of the Muslim community in Nakuru Town have vowed to protect their land from land grabbers. Led by chairman of Muslim Association in Nakuru County Faezz Ahmed Nasher, they warned those who have encroached their seven-acre land in upmarket Section 58 estate to leave. ‚ÄúThis land was allocated…


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