Huruma residents now want the government to compel the landlords of the condemned buildings to give them their deposits back.
The residents now want Kidero to compel the landlords to give them back their rental deposits to assist them in finding new places to live.
They are also lamenting on the hiking of house rents by landlords in the area.
Yesterday Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero suspended the demolitions of the buildings for a week to allow the affected people find alternative residential places.
The rescue operation at the collapsed building in Huruma was officially closed yesterday with 49 people confirmed dead, 140 rescued and those still missing being 45.