Land tussle to delay county's annual agriculture show
SEE ALSO :Agency accuses EACC of sabotageHe said ASK had been working on the land, leveling it in order to curve a showground, while ignoring LBDA's demands to quit. Mr Amonde said ASK's illegal occupation of the land had led to LBDA losing huge revenue. In the court application, LBDA argues that it has been occupying the land since 1984, before ASK grabbed it last April. “The plaintiff is the proprietor of the unsecured plot in Bungoma municipality measuring 13.4 hectares, according to a letter of allotment issued by the National Land Commission,” Amonde's application reads. In a supporting affidavit filed by LBDA’s Managing Director Raymond Omollo, the authority has accused ASK of unlawfully preventing it from carrying out its functions on the land.
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