Nkaissery gives Ngilu, Swazuri one day to name Lang’ata playground grabbers

Pressure is piling on Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu and National Lands Commission Chairman Mohammed Swazuri to name the alleged land grabbers of the 2-acre playground belonging to Lang’ata Road Primary School.

Interior CS Joseph Nkaissery issued a one-day ultimatum to Ngilu and Swazuri to name the land grabber or face the consequences.

He was speaking on behalf of President Uhuru Kenyatta at the opening of a great lakes regional Parliaments forum at Laico Regency.

It is not understood under what capacity Nkaissery gave the order to a fellow cabinet secretary.

The statement by Nkaissery is the second warning within a span of two days on the Lang’ata land-grab saga.

On Tuesday Uhuru said Ngilu and Swazuri would be held liable for the delay in resolving the Land issue.

Five students were injured in the Monday demo as police dispersed the crowds leading to outraged reactions from several quarters in the country including Uhuru who said he was “disappointed” in the manner in which the police dealt with the crowd.

Ngilu and Swazuri on Wednesday morning supervised the demolition of part of the perimeter fence at Lang’ata Road Primary school. A section of the wall had already been brought down on Monday during the demonstration.

Ngilu asked for the patience from the president saying that she inherited an office with many problems and would need time to put all its affairs in order.

– the-star.co.ke

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