Political leaders in Kibra constituency have called on the government to ensure only affected individuals in the on-going Kibra demolition are compensated .
In an interview with Ghetto Radio News Lindi ward Member of county assembly Jairus Omaya Kase says they have been shun away from the whole process raising eye brows on the transparency.
He further asked KURA and KENHA to ensure their youths are given the first job priority in the construction sites of the controversial road.
‘‘KURA has been taking us into circles and we will ensure that our people get their rights as we also push them to do justice to affected Kenyans,’’ he stated.
According to him they will not allow any ‘outsider’’ to be brought to deny them jobs.
Meanwhile some landlords have started demolishing their structures to salvage the iron sheets, metals plus either materials before the government bulldozers descends on them.
‘‘Some of the landlords has taken a bold step of clearing the space but what still worry us is how our people are suffering,’’ he added.
The government early this week stopped the demolition temporarily to allow for dialogue and compensation process of before resuming.