KIHIU MWIRI DIRECTORS SUMMONED TO CID HQS TOMORROW FOLLOWING A SPATE OF KILLINGS




Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet, Muranga Governor Mwangi Wairia and acting Lands CS Fred Matiang'i during a joint press conference in the county on Thursday.
 

Directors of trouble-ridden Kihiu Mwiri land firm have been ordered to appear at CID Headquarters after the killing of two members yesterday. Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet said the company's current and past officials will be questioned in Nairobi at 9 am on Friday.
He spoke at a joint press conference in Murang'a county, with acting Lands CS Fred Matiang'i and Governor Mwangi Wairia, after a closed-door meeting over the issue.
Matiang'i said the ministry will expedite the subdivision of the land in dispute and double to 100 the number of arbitrators appointed to settle the issue.
To stop the bloodshed, Matiang’i appointed a team two months ago to complete resurveying 1,082 acres and prepare title deeds for the 6,000 shareholders by September 4.
Wairia condemned the killings and said the process of issuing titles will be completed by September.
"This madness must stop. Enough is enough!" he said on his twitter account on Thursday.
The murders are suspected to have been sparked by leadership wrangles after shareholders split into two rival groups fighting for leadership.

COURTESY: the star
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