It is over for RAILA in Nairobi as UHURU takes over Kibra - Baba may never set foot there after this

..originally 4, 197 acres, was taken up by public utilities such as Nairobi National Park, Lang’ata Cemetery, Lang’ata Women Prison and Jamhuri Park Show Ground.

Uhuru urged the community to use the land to benefit themselves and not wallow in poverty again.


“Ultimately, we have found justice for you and I am very proud.”

“Kibra should not be a tourist venue for people to come to see desperation and poverty,” Uhuru said.

Since independence, the Nubian community has been pleading with successive Governments, including the Grand Coalition Government of Mwai Kibaki and Raila Odinga, to issue them with a title deed for what was left of the land to no avail.

The Kenya DAILY POST

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