Over 200 Families Now homless After Demolitions In South B Nairobi.
- According to the resident the developer reign on them claiming that the piece of land.
- Starehe member of Parliament Amos Mwago has condemned the incident .
More tha 200 families in South B Starehe sub-county are now in cold following demolition that was carried out by a private developer in the area.
According to the resident the developer reign on them claiming that the piece of land is his an exercise that was done in inhumane way without notice to residents.
“Tuko familia zaidi ya 200 tumelala hapa nje kwa Leo kwa Sababu hatuna pa kuenda..huyu developer alituvamia hapa akasema hii place ni yake..he did issue us with any notice and they have made it clear to us that this is total impunity and we should not stay their way.I this is not the government we voted for.President Willam Ruto alisema poa sana that his government will not oversee search but what’s happening is totally contrary different with the promises we got from Kenya Kwanza administration.” Affected resident told the media.
“Niko na watoto sijui ntaenda wapi imagine hata shilingi Sina tumebomolewa Mali yangu imeharibika Kila kitu imeenda jamani serikali tutalilia nani,” Mercy cried to the state.
Reaction from MP
Meanwhile Starehe member of parliament Amos Mwago has condemned the demolition saying it was an active land grabbing syndicate.
According to Mwago his office will fight tooth and nail to ensure affected resident gets justice.
“The government stated very well they will protect people from unlawful demolition and nothing is actually happening. We shall fight land cartels regardless of the status” Mwago said.
Ggrabbing in South B
Meanwhile Nairobi County Government will now proceed to reposes the famous Makuti market land in South B after revelations that it was grabbed by Kiambu politician.=
According to documents tabled before Nairobi County Assembly Planning Committee the property exchanged hands illegally.
Appearing before the committee, Planning CEC member SG Mwangi clarified that the property in question LR NO. 209/12612, belongs to Nairobi County Government and therefore to the public and that they will proceed immediately to reposes it.
“This happened when some of us were not in office and we can’t trace some documents but according to what we have we are in agreement that it belongs to the public I will therefore hand over the matter to the inspectorate team to reposes it back to the county.” Mwangi told the planning committee.