Kawaha West residents in Nairobi were waken up in shock after they found out their stalls demolished in the mid- night. This was done to pave way for the development of roads that was supposed to pass through Kawaha West area.
The demolishment has been established to have led to loss of a life. This prompted the irate residents to protest.
" The youth took to the streets lighting bonfires and barricading roads protesting the demolitions of their stalls to pave way for road maintenance. Hundreds of people had their business in the area. The demolitions has hurt them," the resident has said via Kenyans.co.ke.
Kiharu Member of Parliament Ndindi Nyoro has been saddened by what happened in Kawaha West. He has stated that there was no need to build roads and railways which later becomes stranded.
" This regime must STOP terrorising the People of Kenya. We have not forgotten Kariobangi, we will not forget Ruai, the many premises you demolished along the Railway that doesn't work is still fresh. You have now started in Kahawa West," Nyoro has penned on social media.
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