Land and Conflict Sensitive Journalism sumaries

Sub-Category : IDPs

Displaced Persons to be Resettled before Polls

The Standard, Pg 22
Tuesday, 12 Jun 2012

The PM has directed the ministry of lands to ensure all IDPs are resettled before the next polls. Some of the IDPs were resettled in Nakuru County on a piece of land he inspected and said the others will also be resettled. He call

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Showdown Looms as IDPs Accuse Officers of Blocking Payment Plan

Daily Nation, Pg 10
Monday, 07 May 2012

More than 100 IDPs who were not compensated by the government have accused the provincial administration of blocking their inclusion in the payment plan. The IDPs from Nyamira South were not among those who benefitted from sh55 m

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State Under Pressure to Wind Up IDPs Relocation

Saturday Standard, Pg 20-21
Saturday, 21 Apr 2012

The government is under pressure for failing to resettle IDPs as it had planned. While the government has resettled 7, 518 IDPs so far, it is yet to complete all of them totalling to 9, 571. Pundits allege that alleging lack of la

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IDPs Linked to MP will not be Resettled

Daily Nation, Pg 10
Sunday, 01 Apr 2012

More than 800 IDPs camping in Nakuru are not genuine. The IDPs living in Mumoi farm in Nakuru County has been relocated there by NAivasha MP John Mututho in December last year. Special programmed permanent secretary Andrew Mondo s

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End Blame-Game and Resettle IDPs

The Star, Pg 27
Thursday, 01 Mar 2012

Joseph Kamotho writes that the IDPs in camps can be disenfranchised in the coming general elections. These people need to be registered and vote but this may not be the case. They may not even have national identity cards and ther

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Police Brutality on IDPs in Bungoma Condemned

The Star, Pg 14
Monday, 13 Feb 2012

Human Rights organizations have condemned the manner in which police handled IDPs displaced by the SLDF. The IDPs were forcefully evicted at the Upper Western regional offices but were forcefully evicted by anti-riot police.

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IDP Boss Claims Police Tortured him

The Standard, Pg 12
Tuesday, 31 Jan 2012

IDP leader Peter Kariuki claims CID officer molested him. Kariuki has been involved in a war of words with Naivasha MP John Mututho. He refused to take a place of incitement charges, claiming he was no in the right frame of mind.

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Dealing with Graft Demands Fresh, Radical Approach

The Standard, Pg 15
Monday, 14 Nov 2011

Raphael Tuju writes that the fight against corruption must not be lost neither should people feel the fight will never be won. Collective national resolve will win the fight against the vice. And now is the time to guarantee accou

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