For a long time, public schools in Kenya have been passing through a great challenge of land grabbing either from politicians or other influential people in society. Other schools that have faced this problem includes Lenana school and City school which was once blaming a nearby church for grabbing part of playground.
In 2015, Kenyans were shocked after when pupils and activists who were trying to reclaim the grabbed land of Langata Road primary school got teargassed and majority arrested.
To avoid such cases in future, The Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) has announced plans to issue tittle deeds to all public schools in Nairobi county. Badi also added that all illegal settlers will soon with vacate notices.
Those who are currently settling in illegal lands are urged to look for a place to move to in time so that they might not meet challenges.
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