Ngara Nairobi :Another kenyan of Asian Origin losses property to Susan Wachira of GEOCOM AFRICA

Published on Jan 9, 2017
74 year old Singh Thaker, born and brought up in Ngara, Nairobi claims that a private developer, Susan Wachira of GEOCOM AFRICA who is also a private surveyor is threatening to kick him out of a piece of land given to him by his father in 1942.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tIsl3rPAJZA

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Naona huruma sana

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So much impunity beyond anything .

This is not acceptable…

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Now this is bad news bwana @Jakoyo What fuckery is this? Totally unacceptable…

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Remember when Kalenjins did the same to Kikuyu land owners in Rift Valley.

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…now they are the aggressors.

Funny how no one’s talking now

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Asian and Caucasian land and property owners are having sleepless nights in the current Kenya. The smart ones should just find a good market and dispose otherwise they will end up dead or with nothing… Kule Karen things are thick.

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They should do us a favor and grab those at the coast held by absentee Omanis who left Kenya in the 50’s and 60’s.
Next make Delamares renew leases on their ranches at market rates.
Next go into Ndung’u Report and actually get the comprehensive land reforms going.
Result will be turmoil in the short term but realistic land values in the long term which is good for the economy. Capital will be redirected to production than than into land.
Wahenga walisema (was Churchill a mhenga ?) -Never let a crisis go into waste - What are we going to waste this crisis on ? We waste 07/08 crisis on a flawed katiba. Let’s make this one pay.

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The biggest land grabbers are the kenyatta and moi family.

Squatters have already descended on late arap too 27 ,000 acre land in eldoret.

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Can guarantee you if this issue of property rights, especially land, is not addressed in the near future, Kenya will be in a world of trouble.

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no one cares about the asians. just like they never care about anyone

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Most of the land being grabbed ni zile hazina title deed i.e the ones with leases. Grabbers hungoja lease iexpire, and do their research. Wakiona hujiwezi na lease imeexpire, they grab the land. Even those with title deeds, it is very hard kuona land ya mtu amejiwezi kiuchumi being grabbed…poor people and absentee owners are usually soft targets. The problem with Asians is that the rest of the population does not sympathize with them. Politicians are not interested in their votes because they are negligible. Most of them dont sponsor politicians and therefore, people like Sonko are more likely to respond to a school or market being grabbed, than one vote from an Indian who probably never votes…unless there is news coverage (for PR reasons).

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But when you see the Lands Ministry is headed by one Jacob Kaimenyi, expect little in terms of reforms or improvement of services. Land is every Kenyan’s gold. If someone encroaches your piece without a valid title deed, the police (from the nearest police station) should be on call to twist his balls. Forget the courts which will take 25 years to determine a forged title deed.

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In Karen most of the whites disposed most of their holdings up until mid 2000s. They may have some left overs though.

Ucio Thaker maguranite na mbari ya u?

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The problem with squatters is one, issue them with title deeds in the morning, and they will sell in afternoon.

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Odhiambo, mano rach

Most useless CS of all time.Which makes me fault the president for having him serving in his cabinet.

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The land commisioner and the senetor were there yesterday, the owner is seeking new lease.As per reported in news jana usiku