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Friday January 31, 2020 - A court on Thursday issued orders allowing police officers to accompany Government officials to a farm owned by Deputy President William Ruto to disconnect alleged illegal water points.

The ruling came after area residents complained that Ruto's acquisition of the 1,000-acre ranch owned by former MP, Basil Criticos, had seen the main water pipeline diverted to serve the farm in which livestock is reared. 

The County Government of Taita Taveta then moved to court seeking orders to have its officials allowed on the farm, accompanied by police officers.
The County told the court that hundreds of households depended on the pipeline for, among other things, irrigation and domestic use. 

County officials had been denied access to the vast farm on Thursday, January 23rd, by the farm's managing director identified as Arie Dempers.

Principal Magistrate Benson Khapoya of the Taveta Law Courts directed that the orders be served to Dempers.

"Upon careful perusal and consideration of the certificate of urgency, notice of motion application together with supporting affidavit sworn by Patrick Wadu, it is hereby ordered the application be hereby certified as urgent.”

"That the orders to gain access to Kisima Farm immutably and also to disconnect and uproot/remove any illegal connection at the said farm/property are hereby granted," court documents read in part.

The Deputy OCS at Taveta Police Station was further directed to provide assistance for the sake of maintaining law and order.


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