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Government Paying Police Officers Allowances To Demolish Houses Of Poor People-Murkomen

Daniel Mutuva



The Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has landed on the government after the houses at Kariobangi and Ruai were demolished leaving hundreds of families homeless. Senator Kipchumba Accused the government for paying the police officers some sort of Allowances to demolish the houses of poor people and action that has left many homeless. In his tweet he pinned at twitter, Murkomen asserted that the government has now again paid allowances to big boys to look into the matter. This comes after the government selected a committe to look into the matter.

PHOTO: Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen

“The government that paid allowances to police officers to demolish houses of poor people leaving them homeless is now paying allowances to big boys to look into the matter. Then someone tells me the government doesn’t smoke something special.Nkt,” Murkomen reacted.

However, the government through it’s spokesperson Cyrus Oguna has responded to the tragedy over houses demolition at Kariobangi and Ruai. Speaking at NTV, government’s spokesperson Cyrus Oguna asserted that the government is very concerned about the astonishing matter and they have selected a committe to look into the matter. In a tweet by the spokesperson of the government, hundreds were left homeless but the matter shall be considered by the government.

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The government is concerned about demolitions in Kariobangi and Ruai that have left hundreds of people homeless;and a committe was put up to look into the matter,” government spokesperson twitted.

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