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Ngilu, Swazuri must go, says CIC boss Nyachae

04 February 2015, 18:52 Victor Tinto

Nairobi - Constitution Implementation Commision CIC boss Charles Nyachae has called for the sacking of Lands CS Charity Ngilu and NLC chair Mohammed Swazuri for mismanaging their dockets.

Nyachae says that the two officials have failed to deal with land matters conclusively despite being in a position to and has called on president Uhuru Kenyatta to take action on them.

Nyachae mentioned several issues to deal with land in recent times as reasons why the two should be sacked.

He called them a waste of space, time and money and that their squabbling and has cost taxpayers billions of shillings.

Nyachae added that the recent squabbles between the two bodies over who holds more power and jurisdiction in the country gave good reason to have them removed from office.

" What have the two shown us in 2 years. We have seen more energy in wrangles and disagreements than concrete work done," he said of the two bodies Wednesday.

His statement was detailed in a report he gave during a speech made in Mombasa.

" The public need better. They need to see movement and action. I'm afraid that so far we have seen none of that from the two, he added.

Nyachae said that it was time parliament stepped in to ensure that the two bodies have a clear working order.

The statement came just a day after the two bodies returned to the Supreme Court to clear the air over their working orders and modalities.

The NLC complained to the court that they were frustrated by lands ministry officials whenever they needed room to perform their duties.

Ngilu disowned a report by a Committee that had been set up to try ensure the two bodies work in the right manner after president Uhuru Kenyatta ordered the two to work together to institute land reforms.

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