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Alert Magoha: A church has grabbed a school land in Trans Nzoia County

Education CS George Magoha

A piece of land belonging to a school in Kwanza, Trans Nzoia County has been grabbed by a church.

Land grabs, though rampant in Kenya, are a bad thing. In addition to environmental concerns, land grabs also have social ramifications. Land grabs expose poor people to hunger, violence and the threat of a lifetime in poverty. Furthermore, land grabs result in the displacement of local people, which is detrimental to their human rights.

Dear Sir,

REF; KEESE PRIMARY SCHOOL VERSUS RCEA CHURCH

The above school is found in TRANSNZOIA COUNTY, KWANZA SUBCOUNTY, KWANZA DIVISION, KAPOMBOI LOCATION, KAPKOI SUBLOCATION; PLOT #211

The above Church which happens to be the sponsor of the school has taken advantage of being the sponsor to grab playing field of the school.

They have ploughed the school field which they claim to be church’s land yet the above didn’t donate any piece of land as initially the school land belonged to a whiteman by the name Mr. KEESE.

I have attached letters earlier addressed to different concerned officers at the County level but my efforts have hit a dead end as no help is coming through.

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The pastor together with the DEO and local administrations have resulted to intimidate the BOM and teachers, the one DEO, is leading the onslaught by purporting that the school land had been subdivided yet there are no written minutes on the same and the BOM is unaware of the meetings on the subdivision.

I have also attach letters that had been earlier issued by the ministry of lands and P.S for education together with a green card in support that the land belongs to the school am looking forward for immediate actions to stop this heinous act on our children.


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