Westlands constituency MP Tim Wanyonyi leading demonstration against land grabbers.
Land grabbing by private developers has been a major problem in Nairobi and other top cities where public land is being claimed to belong to them.
In Nairobi County, there have been several incidents of land grabbing of public land with the targets being public schools and private land owners of foreign nationalities.
According to Tuko News reports, Westlands Constituency member of parliament Hon Tim Wanyonyi has led peaceful demonstration against developers who had grabbed the Bohra primary school land.
The reports claim that the developer had built a wall which blocked students from accessing their classes over the last few days, a thing which was supposed to be stopped immediately.
"We have been resisting the same land grabbing cartels, where a number of Private Developers are laying claim to a portion of the school land. The cartels have presented unverified documents of ownership to the Police but I have been able to obtain and present a valid Court Order." Tim Wanyonyi stated.
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