Those that had encroached on public land will today sleep in the cold after the government arrived at Deep Sea area to demolish structure that are believed to be blocking a big government project.
The road linking Parklands to Westland would have been completed by now if not for the encroachment by Citzens.
However what has pushed the government to storm the area and initiate the demolitions in such a short time is that money was given to the people in order for them to relocate.
As it is the case for some that ignored the warnings and opted to pocket the money issued to them the government will show no mercy.
Interior cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiangi has informed that 734 settlers had refused to move even after pocketing huge sums of money.
This is the problem of many Kenyans even during this pandemic you will see several Kenyans walking around without a mask.
The risk Kenyans take as a country is breathtaking, and some times harmful to them too.
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