Land disputes have been a major problem for Kenyans in the past and even in recent years. Many Kenyans have lost their lives trying to fight for what they believe belongs to them. In most cases Kenyans from different regions believe that the lands they have, they have inherited from their forefathers.
Whether inherited or bought, the land issue has continued to be a thorn in many Kenyans. Kikuyus especially influential ones have always been accused of taking over other people's tracks of lands.
According to a political analyst, Solomon Kuria, he said that his Indian friend told him that the day Kikuyus will stop attaching a lot of value to land is the day land issues will end in this country. Some people have pieces of land they don't develop.
"My Indian friend told me the day Kikuyus stop attaching a lot of value to land is the day land issues will end in this country. Some people have pieces of land they don't develop."- Solomon Kuria (Political Analyst)
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