Proprietors and stakeholders of residence sitting on riparian land ended up on Friday purchased by the Law enforcement to existing all approval paperwork issued to them by federal government agencies prior to design.
They were being directed to present the paperwork among 8am and 6pm on weekdays at the Directorate of Prison Investigations (DCI) headquarters.
“All the proprietors/shareholders of the buildings or constructions that have been earmarked for demolition are directed to current all the approval paperwork granted to them by the suitable governing administration agencies in advance of the commencement of the design of the mentioned creating or composition,” a statement from the police study in aspect.
Also, proprietors who consider their structures sit on riparian land, even if they have not been earmarked for demolition, ended up asked to current their approval paperwork and land titles to DCI Headquarters on Kiambu Road.
This comes a working day immediately after President Uhuru Kenyatta declared that the ongoing procedure to reclaim grabbed wetlands in Nairobi would also see federal government officers who approved construction of the structures shell out the selling price.
“We will go on to demolish houses made on riparian lands, equally punish officers who designed approvals for individuals homes.
“We are accomplishing almost everything to discourage corruption. It is doable to do cleanse organization in Kenya, this is what we want to persuade,” he said.
The demolitions commenced on Tuesday with a multi-company crew co-ordinating demolition of a Shell petrol station and Java Coffee Household in Kileleshwa.
On Wednesday, Southend Shopping mall in Lang’ata owned by previous Bobasi MP Stephen Manoti was introduced down.
Friday saw Ukay Centre in Westlands, Nairobi demolished with the neighbouring Oshwal Centre also earmarked.