Is UHURU going insane? Look! Gives part of Nakuru to Uganda even after MUSEVENI took over Migingo Island that is in Kenya

Thursday March 28, 2019-President Uhuru Kenyatta has given the visiting Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni a parcel of land in Naivasha, Nakuru County, for free.

This was revealed by Yoweri Museveni yesterday during a joint presser with Uhuru in Mombasa, where he said Kenya has offered his country a parcel of land to establish a dry port in Naivasha, Nakuru County.

Museveni thanked Uhuru for the offer, saying the move would reduce cost of transporting goods from Mombasa's seaport to Uganda and counter challenges of delayed cargo clearance occasioned by congestion and subsequent backlog.

 "According to the briefing, some work already have been done. As you (Uhuru) told me about Naivasha, the land where Uganda can build dry port because the railway is almost reaching Naivasha. When goods are transported by train, they shed off 60% of transport cost," he said.

Both Kenya and Uganda are determined to ease movement of goods in a bid to bolster trade and enhance regional integration in East Africa.

This comes even as Uganda has taken over Migingo Island on Lake Victoria which lies squarely in Kenyan territory.


  1. Who owns that Nakuru land i wonder? Is there anything for free in this age? Really?!!

  2. that is what you expect from born vampires and looters of public resources cos they thinks of only using state resources to enrich themselves with our taxes.

    All national project built with our taxes are converted to private properties for them and their abyss families in increasing their loots stashed in their private/family financial institutions.

    That is a open show, of vampires expanding their robbing dark-world empires.

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