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Makongeni residents facing demolitions in 14 days

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Residents and business persons  in Makongeni, Nairobi have expressed concern over what will happen after their unauthorised structures will be demolished in the next 14 days.

This comes after a the Kenya Railways Staff Retirement Benefits Scheme  Cheif Exective Officer  Simon Nyakundi issued the residents with a 14 day notice saying that the structures are hazadous to the environment  and the health of the residents.

The notice also cited that insecurity within the estate was also a reason why the structures had to be demolished.

Anne Kadenye a resident and a shop attendant in Makongeni faulted the Kenya Railways Company for taking their money only to demolish them later.

She also added that youths will be affected saying that the shops constructed were keeping them busy from engaging in immoral behaviours.

 

 

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