Another piece of land belonging to a school in Kisumu’s Victoria Primary School has been grabbed and the stake holders are now putting the grabbers on notice.
Kisumu Central Ward representative Hon. Philip Edwin Anayo warns that grabbers who grabbed the land allocated to Victoria Primary School to give it back or face the same action that was witnessed in Langata Primary school, Nairobi.
He said that these land grabbers have chosen this school since they have no one to monitor their action in day to day events.
The legislature gave a two days ultimatum to the land grabbers to return the title deed to the school.
Am giving a two days’ notice to these grabbers to return the 2 parcels title back to the school or we take action that will not be appropriate to them, writes to the legislator on his wall.
He accused the former Board Chairman of the school to have deliberately faked the signature of the School’s Head Teacher to do the transfer.
The transfer of the title was done by the former Board Chairman fraudulently by faking the late former head teacher signature 1 year down the line. In short the dead did a transfer, he states.
The issue of the Victoria School which is situated in Milimani Estate is just a 50 meters from the Governor Jack Ranguma’s office.
Kisumu Governor Ranguma is still expected to give his potion on the mater that will see several children lack their play ground to the greed developer.
The Victoria Primary School Land grab saga started sometimes last year when it was realized that the school did not have in possession a title deed allocated to it by the Ministry of Lands.
He now wants the line Ministry and the Land Commission to come and investigate so that they can report on the same.
In rejoinder Nyanza Association Chairman Omolo Ogweno also called for quick intervention by the Lands Ministry and the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) before the said developer starts using the school land.
This is a serious crime of forgery and if all these allegations can be proven then this person has no morals in the society.
He also added that parents will not sit and watch the move by these people to take away their children’s school property.
Documents in our possession show that the land was registered under trustees of Victoria School Parents Association in the year 1987 in the District Lands Registry in Kisumu.
In a paid advert in the local dailies National Land Commission led by Dr. Swazuri, said all learning institutions must have title deeds.
However, the Commission said that they are set to review title deeds of disputed public land in Nairobi, Mombasa, Kisumu and Eldoret to establish their legality.
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