21 August 2014
Kenya: Lamu Land Firm Fails to Show Up
By Dominic Wabala
A company listed as the owner of a parcel of the controversial Lamu land is yet to record a statement with the CID. Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo ordered all companies mentioned as illegal owners of land in Lamu to record statements.
Kimaiyo yesterday said 60 representatives of companies linked to the land have so far recorded statements with the CID. "Sixty people have so far recorded statements following the directive. Others have been represented by their lawyers. However, one company is yet to heed the directive," Kimaiyo said during a press conference in his office yesterday.
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