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Lee Kinyanjui Promises That Vetting Of IDPs Will Start in A Week's Time And Will Ensure They Resettle

Lee Kinyanjui has stated issues affecting residents include Enoosupukia IDPs and the dispute between Ng'ati farm and Kengena

Accompanied by other leaders, Kinyanjui met the residents and says he is happy to state that vetting of 988 Enoosupukia IDPs will start in a week's time.

According to the Nakuru County Governor, the process will ensure resettlement of the victims of the 1992 election violence. The officials from Kengen agreed to form a committee representing the company and Ng'ati farm members. The committee will help initiate dialogue on how to solve the dispute over 3,000 acres bought for geothermal purposes.

The Nakuru County Government also challenged Kengen to start a flagship project in the area, such as a modern high school, to benefit residents.

Area Residents also requested clear boundaries between Nakuru and neighbouring counties. Kinyanjui says that they will involve local elders in the demarcation of borders that is set to start soon.

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Kengen Kinyanjui Lee Kinyanjui Nakuru Nakuru County


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