Issue of land grabbing is one of the cases of corruption which Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission (EACC) is working to reduce in the country. Today, Kenyans were left talking online after a major private hospital in Rift Valley region voluntarily surrendered grabbed land worth Ksh 5 Million.
According to a post shared by Ntv on twitter, two doctors who run Kerio Hospital in Kabarnet, Baringo county surrendered the title deed of the land which they claimed to had purchased from Mr John Sergon in 2017. The land is owned by department of Housing and Urban Settlement.
Prior to that, it is reported that the land was illegally alienated to one Mr Sergon through collusion with officers from ministry of lands in Kabarnet. The two doctors said they had bought the piece of land at Ksh 4.7 Million from Mr Sergon which they've surrendered it to EACC.
Many Netizens reacted to the post with mixed views. Here are some of their comments. https://twitter.com/ntvkenya/status/1576265790977970176?t=MhQgAiZnxaZGG5stG-J_tg&s=19
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