Kenyans are moving with speed to make sure that they take care of there needs. President William Ruto’s Allys are people who always hit the nail on the head and have Vowed to work with Kenyans In order to deliver good services to Kenyans.
Nandi county governor Stephen Sang is among the the youngest no-nonsense leaders in these country. Governor Stephen Sang has sent NLC a strong message message and according to him he said,
"The National Land Commission @NLC_Kenya decision to ensure that we resettle squatters and find commensurate compensations must be actualized.We request mandated institutions to conclude the appealed cases at various Appellate Courts and I am hopeful that they will offer tangible solutions to the historical land injustices' victims."
His sentiments come few daus after president William Ruto took office under Kenya Kwanza government. President William Ruto allys are determined to change this countrys politics and how things are done.
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