Lawyers contest evictions
SEE ALSO :Rift Valley leaders seek talks over Mau“President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto should put in place proper mechanism to deal with the issue,” said LSK council member Kipkoech Ng'etich. Last-minute decision A spot check by The Standard yesterday revealed no school in the area had reopened following a last-minute decision by the Government to allow learners report to school for third term. Tosiah Koskey, a local in Sierra Leone, said they were operating in fear despite the order. “We are still worried since after the 60-day notice we will have to move out again. What we need is a permanent solution,” said Koskey.
SEE ALSO :All set for Mau forest evictionsKoskey said his six children who school in Ogilgei, Chebirbeleek and Sebetet primary schools were still at home. On Monday, they were blocked from accessing their schools by Kenya Forest Service officers. Meanwhile, a case against three Narok legislators arrested on Tuesday hangs in the balance as the Director of Public Prosecutions failed to arraign them over incitement claims. By yesterday evening, the prosecution was yet to prepare a charge sheet against Emurua Dikir MP Johana Ng’eno, and MCAs Sammy Kositany (Ilmotiook) and Jefferson Lang’at (Ololung’a).
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