Kimaiyo threatens Lamu land grab suspects with arrest
12 August 2014, 14:36
Nairobi - Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo has threatened Lamu land grab suspects with arrest if they fail to record statements with police by the end of tomorrow.
Kimaiyo said Tuesday, that he expects the managers of 22 firms that have been mentioned in the grabbing of 500,000 acres of land in Lamu to record statements before the end of Thursday or face arrest.
" Those that are yet to record statements are urged to do so within the next 24 hours or face arrest for failing to comply with the order, he said in a statement.
The 22 firms were named in a report released by president Uhuru Kenyatta as being the ones behind illegal land allocations in the county.
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