Expose Galana Kulalu land grablers, Atwoli asks DP Gachagua

Written by on January 13, 2023

Central Organization of Trade Unions Kenya (COTU) secretary general has now asked Kenya’s deputy president Rigathi Gachagua to name leaders from Azimo One Kenya coalition he alleged to have grabbed Galana Kulalu land.

“The deputy president needs to expose names of the people, even if they will not be taken to court, so that we know in our bus we had swindlers, so that we are not suspected to be one of them,” – Francis Atwoli.

President H.E William Samoei Ruto during a media interview noted that the project was sabotaged by cartels who wanted to grab the land and they had already sub-divided it.

The president promised to build a dam and put the Galana land into productivity of food to cub food shortage in the country leading to lower prices.

“Galana project failed because some people sabotaged it, and I have found out that they already sub-divided the land for settlement. I want to promise Kenyans that 10, 000 hectares of Galana Kulalu will be productive this year,” – President William Ruto.

He also promised to put aside an additional 10,000 hectares of land to expand the project.

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