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"Sasa Tukashangaa hii Pesa Imeenda Wapi" Landowners in Soin Says, Gives 14 days to NLC to Respond

Residents of Soin Ward, Kericho county today issued two weeks notice to the National Lands Commission (NLC) to respond to the delay in compensation for their land. The landowners said that they surrendered their land for the construction of the dam and they are yet to receive the allocated funds for compensation.

Photo: (Courtesy) Dam Construction Project in Soin Ward, Kericho County.

According to a video shared by the Standard digital on twitter, the landowners said that the funds had been released to the National Lands Commission but theyve not paid them despite the ongoing construction project. Their concern is who is holding the money in the NLC that he doesn't want to release them.

The residents further said that challenges of school fees and food shortage is affecting them and they therefore urgently need the funds.

Photo: (Courtesy, Standard) Soin Ward Residents.

Here is the link to watch the video. https://twitter.com/StandardKenya/status/1592438798293426178?t=3dB254plAFtR918smhcIow&s=19

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NLC Pesa Imeenda Sasa Tukashangaa Soin Says Soin Ward

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