RE: REQUEST TO FINALIZE THE STRUGGLES TO secure and recover Daudi Karanja indigenous land at Mairi Village, Kigumo sub county Kenya .
Daudi Karanja indigenous land has been in the hands of land grabbers for a long time and there has been given orders from supreme court and the deadline was to take effect on 3rd august 2020 which did not function for the reason of Director of MAKOMBOKI TEA FACTORY namely ERASTUS KARANJA GAKUYA filed a petition in the Kenya industrial court to stop eviction. There are several communication in form of written references for illegal practices in the land and therefore my request is now as follows:
I Micah Kamau Ng’ang’a hereby request the grants to fence the whole Daudi Karanja indigenous land and the efficient and effective security for the land and if possible a foreign powerful security be given to demolish all the structures on the land and expel all the people on the land.
I would like to give the information about catels regarding MCA CHARLES KAHORO RUGA of Kangari ward and tea director Mr. ERASTUS KARANJA GAKUYA and Chief CHARLES MARITE MUHOI and his sub chief of Mairi sub location plus contractors who are assigned to construct Mau Mau Road including AIC Githumu Hospital and present Gatia-ini Tea Director Mr. GITONGA are the main group that is changing the map for the land named as Daudi Karanja that is original map from the ministryof land . They are doing this to remove their relatives and inlaws not to be removed and they are among the group that had grabbed some plots on the same land
There is another group of agents for politicians who stay at Kangari and their names are as follows;
These group of men works hand in hand with politicians and those who lives and operate in Mairi including unlawful burial for bodies removed from Githumu hospital mortuary and direct burials on the Daudi Karanja land which is not registered cemetery. MCA Charles Kahoro Ruga and Murang’a county governor have promised local residents that they are releasing Kshs 300,000,000 for a construction of a stadium and business stall for public and market day s are proposed to be taking place on Wednesday of every week. County council has never owned a land in Mairi village an if they have had one , they will be asked to produce documents.
I finally request the Kenya Govement should be pressed to hand over the land documents to the current land tenure Mr. Micah Kamau Ng’ang’a and on top gave me security because I am feeling insecure.
Please order KPLC to uninstall the electrical installation in Daudi Karanja indigenous land.

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