Kajiado MCAs on spot over grabbed State land
SEE ALSO :Do not buy grabbed KBC land, State warnsMr Kiptarus said the Ministry of Agriculture has written a protest note to Governor David Nkedianye, but he has so far failed to respond. Kiptarus claimed some MCAs in Kajiado recently hired goons to bring down a perimeter fence that the State was putting up to protect the land at a cost of Sh5 million, prompting the Agriculture Cabinet secretary to write to the governor, stating that construction should continue. The director said the camp is also a storage facility for inputs and equipment when supporting livestock keepers during emergency interventions. "We shall not allow a few greedy individuals to encroach on land set aside for public good," he said. He warned hawkers and squatters duped into putting up illegal constructions in return for the support of some MCAs in the last General Election to move out before they are forcefully evicted.
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