Kenyans have expressed a lot of dissatisfaction over the ongoing demolitions of houses at Mukuru Kwa Njenga. They claimed that the government commenced the process without giving the residents notice, and enough time to relocate themselves in other places.(Courtesy photo)
According to KTN News Kenya, the activity is done by the government so as to pave way for the construction of the new road that cuts across the slum. However, it's said several people are now homeless, not knowing where to go. It's added that the process is heavily guarded by the Kenya police.
It's remembered that the sudden demolitions of houses in Nairobi County has become so rampant. Several people blame the government for not giving the required notice and time before demolitions.KTN News Kenya post attracted several comments from Kenyans, majority of them blamed the state for the sudden demolitions. These are some of their reactions:Kindly enjoy reading, Comments and don't forget￼ to share widely.
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