First lady Nairobi county

Nairobi governor Dr Evans Kidero issued a notice to all tenants and landlords in Huruma for the demolition of weak buildings.  The county government started the demolition in some few  buildings. Mostly the weak buildings in Huruma and majority of the building built alongside with the Nairobi river. The repatriated and waterlogged land are the main areas the county vow to clean all the structures built on them.
The buildings owners some threatened NEMA officials to slaughter them when they go to the sites. According to them, they a list of buildings which are controlled by some Mafia and Nairobi tycoons who have enormous influence in the government.  They also added some buildings are owned by famous politicians who are untouchable.

The Huruma collapsed building incident that killed at least 30 people made the Nairobi governor Dr. Kidero mud and wanted the other buildings demolished ASAP.  The Nairobi honorable members also were behind the governor including Nairobi Senator Hon Mike Sonko and women representative Rachel Shebesh.

Susan Kidero at the collapsed building.
The process of demolishing the building was stopped after the county government the first lady Mrs Susan Kidero told her husband to stop the process and let the tenants look for alternatives then the process to take off later. "Babe wapatie muda si vizuri kubomoa na hawana an alternative", Mrs Kidero said. Kidero said.   The process of demolition was stopped till further notice.

The majority of the land owners rushed to court to stop the demolition. The court ordered the process to be supervised by the national housing board and national disaster management authority. The building will be provided by the county together with the National Environment management authority who are the ones to provide the required licences for the people to build nearby waterways. The housing board provided area map with the ministry of lands but they did not physical map the area. All the water reserve areas have title deeds which are not in line with NEMA requirements.

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