By Antony Gitonga
Drawn from all parts of the country, members of the community held prayers on the land for which they claimed that they had legal papers.
Overcome by joy, some members shed tears, saying that after years of seeking elusive justice, their prayers had been heard.
The group leader, Mr Ali Farah hit out at some civic leaders from Naivasha Municipal Council for delaying their resettlement.
He said the community was ready to take their case to the International Criminal Court, saying that like other communities in camps, the Isahakia had undergone untold suffering.
“We have gone to various offices seeking justice and we are ready to die on this land if anyone tries to evict us,” said an emotional Ali.
Ali said that for years the community had suffered and wondered what happened to the promise that all land injustices would be addressed.