Mavoko evictions punjets wamesplash doh

Africans are sellouts to their own, yaani why was this not possible during Uhuru tenure, and any foreigner in the country seems have an upper hand over the citizens, no matter what, we need a Kenya first approach to vital issues of land, and security see what is happening al kebabs may have an upper hand In our security docket, Muslims to them Quran comes first and they do have little consideration to non consideration to those they deem Kaffirs those outside their faith, and since Ruto amewajaza security docket that is so much Israeli influenced I don’t understand how this minions work my perspective they might leak intelligence to alkebabs and with the recent events unfolding in the middle east and the church in Kenya siding with Israel might attract the wrath of mujahideens misfits

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@Mikymas what say you

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The king is naked

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You have no money. Country broke. Foreigner bring money in exchange for industrial zone, you complain

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Land injustices should have been addressed at independence.Kenyatta and his greedy cronies grabbed kikuyu land in central and were allowed to get away with it.Everybody else has been grabbing and hoping to get away too.

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Weston Hotel is also sitting on grabbed land and just like the developers in Mavoko, Ruto claims he paid for the land. What is good for the goose should be good for the gander.

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The case of Animal farm

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The law has to be followed

But Weston Hotel is where you draw the line

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No, a deal was reached, a legal deal, and the land was procedurally transferred to weston hotel

But Mavoko land cannot be procedurally be transferred to the “investors”? Whatever the cost?

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People were actually warned that the land belonged to Portland cement. Even Alfred Mutua addressed the issue. Lakini wakenya ni nani vichwa maji wanadanganywa na ma lawyer ati watawasaidia kupigania shamba. Back in 2016, there was even a signpost saying the land belongs to Portland. Wacha zibomolewe kabisa.

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Because it’s a private company holding it

Who was holding the Weston disputed land?

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Bank had title deed. Ruto got the land then took a loan on it. Title was transferred to bank in that process.

We are talking about the school play ground that was grabbed by Weston right next door. Weston sits on its own land, but wanted the playground for a car park extension. You clearly don’t know what you’re talking about, you’re just shoving manure for your president

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