Kenyans in the diaspora who have invested in land back home could lose what they have worked so hard for. They claim agents colluded with the government to sell them public land.
Over the past six years, the Government has spent a lot of resources wooing Kenyans in the Diaspora to invest back home.
And the move has borne fruits. Money transfers from the Diaspora now stand at Sh78 billion, an amount that has shot up from about Sh59 billion in 2005.
In Kiambu West District, about seven such investors could lose over Sh150million they have invested in residential houses.
Quotes from Kenyans abroad could lose big in land scandal.
This is so not funny. Hard earned money down the drain.
I feel for these guys who could lose their money, I know a number of people who have worked some crazy hours, with several jobs to raise the money.
You know, at this point I don't think anything will shock me.
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