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Lang'ata MP Raises Alarm Over Alleged Grabbing of Public Land Under Watch of State Officials

Nixon Korir

Lang'ata member of parliament Nixon Korir has expressed his concerns over the skyrocketing rate at which land grabbers are seeking to take control of strategic parcels of land in his constituency including a police station that seats in South C estate.

According to Korir, Akila police station land has already been subdivided, sold and transferred to a private developer with alledged facilitation of senior government officers and the Nairobi Metropolitan Service.

"Akila police station land has been transferred into private hands. Is the CS Matiangi and IG Mutyambai behind the transfer, Subdivision and selling of Akila Police Station Land in South C? If its not them, then who is it?" Korir questioned.

Other strategic public plots that have attracted the interest of unforgiving land grabbers include Akiba 100 Estate playground, South C Market Land, Ngel 2 Estate playground among others.

The lang'ata legislator has now questioned the silence of police inspector general Hillary Mutyambai and interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i, guessing whether the two have knowledge of the transfers of property under their portfolios.

Korir has now called for immediate intervention to safeguard public property against grabbers who seem to be highly connected and working with blessings of senior untouchables in government.

"We must stop the grabbing of our public lands. We must call out those who are grabbing Akila police station Land in South C. Matiangi must come out clean on the matter." Korir said.

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Akila Police IG Mutyambai Korir Ngel South C Market Land


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