28 January 2013

Kenya: Muhuri to Expose Coast Land Grabbers

A Coast NGO will name people involved in land grabbing in the region.

Muslim for Human Rights lobby said yesterday that they will hold a four-day forum will audit settlement schemes alleged to have been grabbed by key government figures.

"We will focus on settlement schemes and we will name and shame all the people involved in the grabbing, after we have completed the report," said the lobby's land advocacy programme officer, Simon Kazungu. Top on the list of the settlements to be investigated is Kijipwa settlement schemes in North coast.

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