A School In Kajiado County Fights Against Land Grabbing [Photos]
By Mwalimucheks | self meida writer
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A school in Kajiado CountyMerrueshi subcounty has demonstrated the fight Against Land Grabbing that has been disturbing the school for several years now. It has come to the attention of kajiado county education officer that land grabbers had put beacons in the school farm. This case has existed within the school since 2012.
With the new principal Mr. Agustin Mutua, the principal has confirmed that indeed land grabbers are up to the task to ensure that they steal what rightfully belongs to the school. He has led the students to uproot all the beacons that had demarcated about 210 ten plots in the school farm.
The deputy principal has affirmed that the land has been a hotcake due to its proximity to the tamarc road. Recently, the county education officer had held talks with the school board of management and issued a stern warning to whoever will want to grab the land. Herein are some photos
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