Is SAKAJA among cartel members who are quietly opposing the demolition of illegal buildings in Nairobi? See what he said

Sunday August 12, 2018 - Nairobi Senator, Johnson Sakaja, has asked the Nairobi County Government and Nairobi Regeneration team to exercise humanity and give tenants time to salvage their properties during the ongoing demolition of properties built on riparian land.
In an interview with KTN on Saturday, Sakaja says that it is wrong for the agencies to bring down buildings with property of tenants inside.

The Jubilee elected Senator said he has received complaints from tenants in the condemned buildings that they are not being allowed to take out their property.

Sakaja also wants the team to issue notices on the buildings they intend to bring down in the coming weeks.

"I have personally received complaints from tenants that they are not being notified on the impending demolitions in the process losing their property," Sakaja said

He also urged Nairobi Governor, Mike Sonko, to follow the law when demolishing properties.

“I appeal to Governor Mike Sonko to ensure that the law is strictly followed as they continue with the demolitions on riparian land," Sakaja noted.


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