Header Ads

Court extends order barring use of Baba Yao Mama Tena Road.

The now very popular diversion road to the Superhighway that has eased traffic from Thika Town which has been a headache for years. The owners of the plot of land that has been hived off to created the exit have gone to court to bar Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu and  his Thika counterpart Alice Ng'ang'a from directing traffic towards it.
A Thika court has extended the temporary injunction restraining Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu and his Thika Town counterpart Alice Ng’ang’a and Bishop David Kariuki Ngare (Gakuyo) among others from accessing a land in dispute near the Blue Post Hotel bridge.

Environment and Lands court yesterday further restrained the defendants from distorting boundaries or directing traffic towards a newly created road diversion along Haile Selassie Road to link the Thika Superhighway, popularly known as ‘Baba Yao Mama Tena Road’.

The order was issued after Counsel Mbiyu Koinange, holding brief for the Thika businessman Mr. Duncan Macharia's official lawyer Mr. Wokabi Mathenge, informed the court that the initial orders were ignored saying the land was still being trespassed on and its properties destroyed. He sought to have the court ensure that the order it issues get complied with.

The court therefore ordered that the new injunction be obeyed.

No comments:

Powered by Blogger.