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Publicise names of land grabbers from Azimio Alliance, Atwoli tells president Ruto

COTU Francis Atwoli has urged the president William Ruto to publicise the names of land grabbers from Azimio coalition.

Atwoli said those benefited from kalula forest. Whole addressing the congregation at Khwisero in Kakamenga County, Mr Atwoli said it would be good if those who grabbed land in the name of supporting Rails Odinga be known by the public.

According to the nation, Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua knows those who grabbed land while in the previous government and in Azimio Alliance.

The Galana kalalu project was meant to solve food shortage and drought. The Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua previously said that some of the officials in the previous government ran away with money meant for project. Atwoli also added the names should be put public for public knowledge even if they will not be taken to court.

This arguments came barely two weeks after Ruto revoked the planned subdivision of 245,029 acres at the Galana Kulalu irrigation scheme. In the subdivision plan, the project was to see 10,000 families, with a further 4,032 acres set aside for residential use.

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