President Uhuru Kenyatta promised to give Kamae residents title deeds by December this year. This is despite them facing a possible eviction by Kenyatta university over accusations that they have failed to abide by the court ruling to vacate the area.
Kamae has been a troubled area for sometime now after the court ruled against the residents. However Uhuru Kenyatta made it clear that he would assist the people from that area to get title deeds.
It's not clear of what would happen given Kenyatta university has already given them a notice to vacate as per the court order. However it's clear the intervention of president Uhuru Kenyatta might see them saved but again at what expense given the unfortunate turn of events.
However it's clear Kenyatta university is keen and clear that the land of Kamae must go back to Kenyatta university though as always only time will tell of what will unfold. If they will be given title deeds for the conflicted land only time will tell given Uhuru Kenyatta promised the same to the people.
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