Popular Lwang’ni beach eateries flattened – Photos
SEE ALSO :Iconic Lwang’ni Beach is no more“In accordance with the provisions of the short leases and temporary occupation licenses executed between Kenya Railways and yourself, which states that ‘Either party may terminate this agreement/term of lease at any time during the subsistence of the tenancy by giving one-month notice in writing’, you are therefore given one-month notice to vacate your business out of Kenya Railways land to pave way for revitalization, expansion and operationalization of Kisumu Port,” the notice read in part. It went on: “Failure to comply will compel the corporation to forcefully evict and take over possession and Kenya Railways will not bear any liability for any loss and damage. Please be advised accordingly to avoid embarrassment.” The notice signed by Kenya Railway acting Managing Director Phillip Mainga was received by a lot of scepticism with most of the traders doubting its authenticity. According to the chairman of the traders at the beach Yukabeth Mitowo, each eatery often employs between six and 25 workers.
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