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Late Angaine sister disputes Sh1.5m power bill

NAIROBI

She said they were not aware of any outstanding bill when they rented the house in 2015 from the Asian landlord.

Late Angaine sister disputes Sh1.5m power bill

By Joackim Bwana | 1 year ago

Freedom fighters’ kin still landless

Freedom fighters’ kin still landless

At 66, Thami Mutahi still hopes to one day own a place to call his own.Mutahi a descendant of a Mau Mau fighter says the colonial government took his father’s 61-acre land.

| 11 years ago

Not yet ‘uhuru’ for the landless

Sometime between 1963 and 1964, a junior minister of Education caused a stir in the country’s newly formed Government. That minister, Mr Bildad Kaggia, was troubled by the absence of a land policy.

| 11 years ago

Nyeri court throws out 1970s squatters’ land case

A Nyeri court has declined to award 500 squatters a parcel of land formerly owned by former Cabinet minister Jackson Angaine.

MURIMI MWANGI | 7 years ago

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