The News Review: Two MPs, a former Kiambu Governor, and a well-known Kikuyu singer planned the invasion of Uhuru's land.
The aftermath of the invasion of the land of former president Uhuru Kenyatta was extensively covered by national newspapers; new subtleties show that the plot was incubated by two MPs, a previous lead representative and a performer.
In addition, the papers covered President William Ruto's promise to safeguard lives and businesses during Azimio's protests.
1. Daily Nation
According to the Daily Nation, two members of Parliament, a former governor of Kiambu, and a well-known Kikuyu singer planned the invasion of former president Uhuru Kenyatta's land. They organized a gang from various Nairobi estates and devised the plan to invade the property of the former head of state as a countermeasure to the ongoing anti-regime protests by the Opposition.
According to some of the members of the gang who spoke with the Nation, they were each paid KSh 3,000 to invade and destroy Kamakis's land. Buses dropped them off in the area, and they were told to do everything they could to destroy the land.
2. Taifa Leo:
Taifa Leo reports that the National Police Service has condemned the violence against its officers on Monday, March 27, during anti-regime protests. Numerous police officers were deployed to manage tensions in the volatile areas of Nairobi and Nyanza during the protests that took place yesterday. Japhet Koome, the inspector general of police, confirmed in his statement that he had been informed of reports that a private company associated with Raila Odinga and former president Uhuru Kenyatta had invaded land in Ruiru. According to the IG, officers quickly responded to reports of property damage.
3. The Standard
Despite the fact that protesters continue to demonstrate against the high cost of living, President William Ruto has pledged to control the situation.
Ruto gave a speech at the Germany-Kenya Business Forum on March 20, 2023, at the Haus der Wirtschaft in Berlin. Kenya is a country of the rule of law, according to the head of state, who also persuaded international businesses to take advantage of the new opportunities that will result from Kenya's stronger and broader relations with Germany. During the Opposition protests, he promised to safeguard the lives and property of Kenyans.
4. People Daily
The African Union has become aware of the Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Coalition Party's ongoing protests against the government. In the midst of public demonstrations regarding the high cost of living, AU boss Moussa Faki issued a statement urging calm in the East African nation. Faki asked all partners to "participate in exchange to address the distinctions that might exist in the preeminent interest of solidarity". " A statement issued by the African Union reads, "The Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat expresses deep concern at the violence that has followed public protests in Kenya since March 21, 2023, which has resulted in the loss of life, damage to property, and the interruption of certain economic activities in the capital, Nairobi."
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