Kibra residents have now expressed concerns to over the 3,000 pupils whose studies have been cut short by the demolition after their schools were brought down.
Parents who spoke to Ghetto Radio News says that they are yet to receive any communication from the ministry of education as to how some of the affected candidates will sit for their end year exams.
Close to 10 schools and social centers have been demolished.
They have further threatened not to allow any demolition or projects in the area in future that affects residents, if there will be no public participation and stakeholders meeting.
The residents also accused the Kenya Urban and Rural Authority and National Land Commission for taking the affected residents for a ride and into circles by not honoring an earlier agreement of compensating them.
Here is SHOFCO organization chief executive officer Kennedy Odede.