Over time, the residents of Kamae near kenyatta university have not been living in peace. This came in after the court ordered their evacuation from their plots. It all started after kenyatta university went to court claiming that the Kamae area is part of their land. Since then, there have been some worries that they might be evacuated.
Now, it seems that the residents of Kamae area have something to smile of. This came in after president Uhuru Kenyatta came out to save them from evacuation. As reported by the Tuko News, president Uhuru Kenyatta who had visited Kahawa where he stopped their evacuation. According to this publication, president Uhuru Kenyatta went ahead to assure them tittle deeds by December this year."I am promising that before December, I, myself, will bring you your title deeds," he said in the local Kikuyu language sparking celebrations from Kamae residents. This will be a win to the residents of Kamae as they might end up retaining their land.
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