Cases and incidents of demolition here in Kenya especially buildings have been reportedly rapidly increasing day by day across different counties. The government issues order for many demolition to occur inorder to pave way some beneficial projects like roads,railways and other public amenities.
When such demolition occurs many people encounter losses hence blaming the government for not issuing enough notice for them to clear from that restricted areas. According to the news reports that te former Nairobi county governor Mike Mbuvi Sonko has shared on his Facebook page today Martin Luther primary school has been demolished by the county government today.
According to Mike Sonko's report on that post, that is illegal act by some government officials to grab that school land due to corruption greedy among some section of politicians.
Kenyans on social media have sparked reactions concerning that news report whereby some section of them are blaming president Uhuru Kenyatta for not taking straight measures against the corrupt government officials.
Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens, Photo courtesy
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