Dongo Kundu Bypass Highway, also known as Mombasa Southern Bypass Highway, is a road under construction that will connect Mombasa Mainland West to Mombasa Mainland South, without entering Mombasa Island.
This road is an important transport corridor for traffic destined to and from Tanzania and that to and from the interior of Kenya and beyond. This will ease traffic pressure on the Likoni ferry. It is meant to ease traffic in Mombasa Island.
Road construction/infrastructure development requires land to be built on, and so, the government of Kenya did acquire land but fraudulently. Read the story below, residents are accusing the government of dispossessing them of their land.
Kenya is emerging from the era of nationwide theafts, sleaze and giga graft but when the final chapter of the country’s resurrection from the scandals age, you Mr. Nyakundi shall deserve over half of its accolades.
As the country shifts its focus to the mega investment project that is in every ones lips today…DONGO KUNDU,there is so much that you deserve to know and most intelligently in order to bring it out to the public and also, do the nobility of saving thousands of dispossessed and disgruntled indigenous natives of the land of Tsunza where the bypass shall traverse.
These locals have been robbed left, right and center not only by greedy corporations and wealthy individuals speculating on the anticipated boom in land price, but conned by own siblings in cahoots with civil and land officials in Kwale county and Mombasa.
Please do get in contact asap!
What I have to share with you and through your impeccable journalism … will enable the proactive paradigm shift to correct the helpless trajectory which risks impoverishing a hapless people for generations.
Those who have been robbed of their land in the above scheme, how are you fairing?
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