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Mai Mahiu-Narok transport paralysed, locals demand payout

By Antony Gitonga | January 17th 2020 at 03:51:43 GMT +0300

Following the unrest, tens of motorists have been left stranded on the road.

Transport on the Mai Mahiu-Narok road has been paralysed after members of the Maasai community blocked it near Suswa town.

The placard-carrying demonstrators accuse the government of failing to resettle them after paving way for the construction of the Dry Port in Mai Mahiu.

They have also alleged that plans are underway to evict more families from the area.

Following the unrest, tens of motorists have been left stranded on the road.

Others have sought alternative routes with the demonstrators vowing not to move.

Tens of police officers have been dispatched to the area but have been unable to contain the rowdy demonstrators.

More details to follow...


Dry Port Maasai community Suswa
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