Officers involved in illegal allotment of government properties warned

The government of Kenya has issued a stern warning to officers working in the  ministry of housing who are involved in illegal allotment of government properties to be ready to face the law.

The PS Housing Patrick Bucho who was in Kisumu to defend a case where Kisumu residents had sued the government for repossessing houses they had purchased through the ministry of housing said it was time things are done the right way.

The Ministry of housing is calling on any Kenyan who has been illegally issued with any government property to report to the EACC in order to have officers involved reprimanded.

The PS also took time to tour some of the projects in the ongoing Kenya slum upgrading program.

Nyalenda, Obunga and Shaurimoyo are some of the slums that have greatly benefited from the Kenya Informal Settlement Improvement Programe.

  

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