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Public Property worth Ksh. 410M recovered in Kisumu

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Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has recovered grabbed public property worth Ksh.410M in Kisumu. The recovered properties include Kibuye market land valued at Ksh.2 billion, the 1.5-acre Taifa Park land worth Ksh.500 million, and three other Judiciary properties valued at Ksh.940 million. The recoveries are a huge step towards fighting corruption, and Kisumu residents have praised EACC for their efforts. However, many public lands are still in the hands of cartels, and the lands should be repossessed. The lands were earmarked for markets, schools, road reserves, government houses, and hospitals. Private developers have put up homes on some of the grabbed lands, making it difficult to expand water supply to the growing city population.

 

The recovery of stolen property in Kisumu is a significant milestone in the fight against corruption. The EACC has been working tirelessly to recover public lands that were illegally acquired by cartels. The recoveries are a testament to the EACC’s commitment to fighting corruption and ensuring that public resources are used for the benefit of all Kenyans. The commission’s efforts have been praised by Kisumu City Residents Voice Association chairman Audi Ogada, who urged the National Land Commission (NLC) to publicize all public lands recovered by EACC and hand them to the county governments to manage. The EACC has also sought to recover land in Kibos area, which was set aside for the establishment of Kisumu Industrial Park.

 

The recovery of public lands in Kisumu is a significant victory for the people of Kisumu and the country at large. The recovered lands were meant for public use, and their recovery will go a long way in ensuring that public resources are used for the benefit of all Kenyans. The EACC’s efforts have been praised by Kisumu Governor Anyang Nyong’o, who attended the event where the title deeds of recovered public land worth Ksh.5.2 billion were handed over to former President Uhuru Kenyatta. Governor Nyong’o has assured the people of Kisumu that the recovery of Taifa Park is just the tip of the iceberg, and more recoveries are expected.

 

The recovery of public lands in Kisumu is a clear indication that the EACC is committed to fighting corruption and ensuring that public resources are used for the benefit of all Kenyans. The commission’s efforts have been praised by Kisumu residents, who have expressed their appreciation for the commission’s efforts in recovering stolen property in Kisumu. The recoveries are a huge step towards fighting corruption, and the EACC has urged the NLC to publicize all public lands recovered by EACC and hand them to the county governments to manage. The EACC has also called for the prosecution of land grabbers and for them to be jailed if found guilty.

 

The recovery of grabbed public property worth Ksh.410M in Kisumu is a significant milestone in the fight against corruption ¹. The EACC’s efforts have been praised by Kisumu residents, who have expressed their appreciation for the commission’s efforts in recovering stolen property in Kisumu. The recoveries are a huge step towards fighting corruption, and the EACC has urged the NLC to publicize all public lands recovered by EACC and hand them to the county governments to manage . The EACC’s efforts are a testament to their commitment to fighting corruption and ensuring that public resources are used for the benefit of all Kenyans .

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