Osey believes the sentencing of Lubanga and former Liberian leader Charles Taylor has proved to many African leaders that the world is watching their misdeeds.
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Mr Orengo, is railway line for Kayole pipe dream?
Kayole resident G wanyoike on June 7, wrote to PointBlank (Kayole left behind by ‘2030’ train) seeking to know from Lands minister James Orengo whether Kayole estate has land reserve for a railway line. He claimed that there are rumours that there was once a provision for the reserve along Kayole’s Spine Road and added: “If such a provision ever existed, it was taken over by tall buildings and smiling landlords long time ago.”
It’s over a month now and the Lands minister has not responded to this query. Wanyoike understands that land matters are weighty but believes that Orengo is equal to the task. He would like to see a railway line like the one being built in Syokimau in his estate. But this can’t be possible without land, Mr Orengo. So is there rail line reserve in Kayole?