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SIRIKWA LAND TUSSLE:Residents Tussle Over Land Ownership as They Decry Upon Govt for Intervention.

A group of squatters called the Sirikwa group made attempts to hive off thousands of acres of land from the land property of the late powerful (KANU) politician Mark Too.

This is the land matter that continues to feature in Kenyan courtrooms since the year 2007 a standoff between the police and Sirikwa group squatters.The source of conflict in this vast piece of land totaling 25 000 acres is that they are claiming 23 933 acres from this farm that currently belongs to powerful (KANU) politician the late Mark Too.

The two sides have been battling in court from 2007 to date with 24 000 like the 2023 93 acres are 67 cases.

Judge Anthony of the land and environment court ruled in favor of the Sirikwas quarters noting that this Squarter's right to Land ownership had been violated.

The family of the late Mark Too has appealed the matter and others quarter backed their actions on this day on that appealed ruling since 2017.

The police home has been accused of working in favor of other late (KANU) politician and now his family which has since inherited the Motherland wich has led to intimidation conducted by police.

The planned subdivision of market source 23 933 acres of land by the Sirikwa group of squatters have been on today and have vowed to keep tussling as this land matter continues in court 15 years later.


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Anthony Kenyan Mark Too Sirikwa


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