3rd March 2021.
Former President Daniel arap Moi’s name has been dragged into a bitter land dispute in Kitui town between the former Cabinet minister George Ndotto against a company associated with renowned environmentalist Isaac Kalua.
Moments after, Mr Ndotto angrily told journalists that he mobilised the youths who brought down the fence because he could not stand being evicted from the property.
Ndotto who is the Kitui County Assembly Speaker said that he was allocated the plot by the former President when he was a minister in 1989 he claims that any action will be punishable since he got the land through the president. However he did not produce documents to back the claims.
Dr Kalua who is a well known enviromentist produced documents, including a title deed and records from the Ministry of Lands, showing Mr Ndotto was allocated the plot on June 22, 1989, but the former minister neither accepted the offer nor paid the requisite fees for 10 years.
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