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Babu Owino Reaches Out to Uhuru in Emotional Message

 Embakasi East MP Babu Owino on Saturday, April 10, begged President Uhuru Kenyatta to stop tear-downs going on in different pieces of the Country. 

Owino helped the Head to remember State that neighborhood occupants had been left destitute and defenseless in the chilly climate and the overflowed roads. 

"The tear-downs occurring as of now where there is Covid are contrarily influencing individuals' lives, both healthwise and monetarily," he said. 

Occupants looking defenselessly as a tractor pulls down their homes. Record Owino's estimations come days after 5,000 inhabitants in Nairobi's Njiru region were left tallying gigantic misfortunes following tear-downs led nearby. 

The tear-downs will clear path for advancement projects, as per the public authority. 

Babu expressed that the Covid-19 pandemic had left various Kenyans jobless and organizations shut, consequently, not ready to get by. 

"We realize that you are a decent hearted individual who thinks often about the government assistance of Kenyans, kindly show kindness on the grounds that there is a ton of pain among occupants remaining in Njiru," he added. 

The legislator added that the influenced people ought to be redressed. He expressed that he would document the request in parliament for something very similar. 

The tear-downs have since killed two people with one of the man professed to have passed on because of the stun and stress subsequent to discovering that his property has been obliterated. 

"The man was fine yet the second he discovered that his property had been annihilated and land repossessed, he out of nowhere passed on," said one inhabitant, Serah Wanjiku.

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Babu Owino Embakasi East Nairobi Njiru Owino


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