Relief for villagers as public road reopened
SEE ALSO :Official cautions on tea pay increaseWhen that option failed, they went to court. The court directed that a survey be done on the land to establish the boundaries. The court later ordered the fences be removed and the road opened. Lands officials from the county used a grader to dig up the road and put up boundary beacons while armed police kept vigil. “Boundaries disputes usually come up especially when dealing with general boundaries. And that is why we have a law that guides on how boundaries should be approached,” said Mr Kithumbu. He added that if any of the families felt aggrieved by the new boundaries, they had a right to appeal the court ruling.
SEE ALSO :Fear as water mixes with sewage in EmbuLast month residents had made their anger known about the closure of the road
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