Land boss, Muhammad Swazuri told the public that the private developer, Airport View Housing who were ejected from the site in February ...
Land boss, Muhammad Swazuri told the public that the private developer, Airport View Housing who were ejected from the site in February had a valid title deed for the property.
Airport View moved to court after it was forcefully evicted from the disputed plot on grounds that the NLC and suspended Land minister Charity Ngilu had declared Langata Road Primary School as the true owner of the property. The public land agency told the court that the private developer had jumped the gun in filing the suit and asked the court to strike it out.
“The title has not been cancelled, and review of grants is yet to happen. When that time comes and Airport View still feels aggrieved, it will have grounds to pursue remedies against the NLC. There is no threat of deregistration or revocation of Airport View’s ownership of the land,” the commission’s lawyers said.
Airport View insists that the eviction was done without due process, and is seeking to stop revocation of its tittle.