IDPs ask Uhuru to give them land

Mawingo IDP camp in Nakuru County. Internally displaced persons have questioned the government’s commitment to resettle them within the first 100 days since Jubilee assumed power. Photo/FILE

What you need to know:

  • “IDPs voted overwhelmingly for Jubilee because of the promises the leaders made to us that the resettlement of pending cases would be done within the first 100 days,” said Mr Peter Tenna of Kenya National Organisation of Victims of Ethnic Clashes.
  • According to reports from the defunct Special Programmes ministry, 723 IDP families still live in camps as at last January.

Internally displaced persons have questioned the government’s commitment to resettle them within the first 100 days since Jubilee assumed power.

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