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Kabando Condemns Uhuru for 'Ruthless evictions' In Nairobi

The government is currently demolishing houses in some parts of Nairobi City to pave way for development projects. This has seen Kenyans facing "heartless" evictions in Njiru Estate in the city. The government is claiming grabbed land and has left more than 5000 families homeless.

Mukurweini Member of Parliament Kabando Wa Kabando has condemned the ongoing demolitions and evictions. The vocal lawmaker has termed the process as a big crime against humanity.

Additionally, Kabando has differed with the president and called on the International Criminal Court to arrest Kenyatta. This is a big blow to Kenyatta as leaders from his backyard now criticize his actions.

President Uhuru Kenyatta was one of the six Kenyans who had been prosecuted in the ICC years ago. He and DP ruto had been prosecuted over the 2007 post-election violence. With the ongoing acts against human rights in Nairobi, the head of state could likely face charges as Kabando pledged to stand against the ongoing evictions.

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