Twist in RUTO’s WESTON HOTEL land saga as it emerges that KCAA gave RUTO the land willingly in 2002

Tuesday October 23, 2018-There has been a twist in the ongoing saga involving Deputy President William Ruto’s Weston Hotel and the land it stands on.

This is after it emerged that the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) gave Ruto the land on which he built his hotel willingly in 2002.

 According to available documents, KCAA relinquished ownership of the land where a hotel associated with Deputy President William Ruto way back in 2002.

 The documents further show the authority vacated the land in 2002 when it was allocated two parcels elsewhere.

 The Government, through the Ministry of Lands, gave the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA), then known as Directorate of Civil Aviation (DCA), allotment letters for the two parcels in 2001 before the agency transferred its equipment from the Weston Hotel plot. 

 KCAA even approved the construction of Ruto’s hotel on condition that its height does not go beyond 15 metres, in accordance with aviation safety rules, while acknowledging it formerly owned the land.

 The Kenyan DAILY POST

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