Exactly two months after the eviction of over 2000 families in Kibra slums to pave way for Ngong Road-Kibera-Kiungu Karumba-Langata Link Road , the compensation process to victims still lags behind with the affected families accusing the Kenya Urban Roads Authority and National land Commissions of playing mind games with them.
Shafie Ali from Makina says they have attended several meetings chaired by KURA officials but nothing fruitful has come out of it.
Tomorrow there will be another joint meeting involving KURA, NLC and residents over the same and NLC commissioners are expected .
‘It difficult to establish who is saying the truth between the NLC and KURA people what we want is compensation for all the victims.’’ Shafie added.
Meanwhile the residents have denied causing troubles and blocking the on-going work as alleged.
One of the area MCA however, told Ghetto Radio News that there were scuffle yesterday between those working on the road and area youths over unclear circumstances.