BONIFACE MWANGI’s message to UHURU as he turns 55, this guy spares no one.

…… title deeds. Private developers have grabbed police, military, mortuary and cemetery land. They are now going after schools.

A good percentage of the 23,951 public schools in Kenya do not have title deeds or lease certificates for the land they occupy. According to ShuleYangu Alliance for the protection of public schools 11,000 public schools currently face immediate risks from land-grabbers. 

Historically communities used to donate land for schools to be built and many Kenyans have been educated because of such acts. Our country today has such entrenched corruption that powerful and well connected individuals are grabbing public land for personal use.


If no action is taken, public schools, specifically those among marginalized communities, face extinction. The repercussions of this are horrifying. It threatens the rights of Children in Kenya to education. We are custodians of our children's future and as we borrow and mortgage their future can we at the very least ensure their schools are safe and secure from the greedy land grabbers?

School kids don’t have votes but safeguarding schools is securing Kenya’s future.
Mr. President may you realize on your birthday that shifting blame is how not to run a country. If you can’t fight corruption and lead by example, who do you expect to do it?

Happy Birthday, looking forward to seeing that all public school have title deeds.

BONIFACE MWANGI.

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