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County land board to recover over 70 grabbed plots in Milimani

By Robert Amalemba | Nov 17th 2016 | 1 min read
Western Regional Coordinator Mongo Chimwaga(center)at the site on Nov 16th, 2016 where a plot belonging to Ministry of Housing is said to have been grabbed by a private developer. More that 65 plots within the county have reportedly been grabbed by private persons. On his right is Samuel Nyayiemi(right), the County Director of Housing. By Chrispen Sechere.

The county land board plans to recover 70 prime plots in Milimani estate that were irregularly acquired.

Western Regional Commissioner Mongo Chimwaga yesterday asked those who claim ownership of the disputed plots to visit the board and get clearance before developing them.

 "We are in talks with the Attorney General's representative, directorate of criminal investigations and police in efforts to reclaim more than 70 plots alienated from what was originally public land," said Chimwaga.

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