DPP NOORDIN HAJJ and DCI now hunt for 21 Government officials who sold Mau Forest land illegally - These two men are no joke

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Thursday August 16, 2018 - Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have launched a manhunt for 21 Government officials who grabbed the Mau land and sold it to unsuspecting Kenyans illegally. 

Speaking yesterday, Narok County Commissioner, George Natembeya, directed 21 top Government employees to report to the DCI to explain how they acquired the Mau land, as well as how five ranches have massively encroached the Mau water tower.

This comes even as the DCI continues to investigate how illegal settlers in the Mau Forest acquired legit land titles from authorities but were not spared by the ongoing eviction which found them to be beyond the cut line.

Among the officers to be investigated include 15 group ranch officials, three land surveyors and a similar number of land registrars.

Natembeya maintained the Government would not relent in driving out people who were settling in the forest adding that ongoing investigations would not stall the evictions.

The Kenyan DAILY POST
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