By Boniface Ongeri
The emergence of the directive comes a day after clashes between two clans in Garissa town left two people dead and several others injured, including a peace committee chairman.
Tension is also building as fears of retaliatory attacks rise despite a heavy security presence.
In a letter to Internal Security Minister George Saitoti, the PM notes that gross abuse of administrative authority has escalated tension.
"The PC has consistently used his office to frustrate and expropriate land from all the communities in Garissa except one. The land grabbed by influential personalities include a land owned by Garissa High School," Maalim said in the letter to the PM.
"Late last year, there was full-scale confrontation in Garissa town between two clans that left six people dead. Nobody has so far been charged for the crime whose roots lie in the greed of influential people in the county," Maalim wrote.