Editor's Review

The former Vice President has dared the government over a planned move.

Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka has said that he will lead locals from the Ukambani region in a peaceful demonstration to State House.

Reacting to remarks by Trade and Investment CS Moses Kuria on Thursday, November 10, over plans to vacate squatters in a land in Machakos County, Kalonzo dared the government to go on with the plans.

The former Vice President said that he was saddened by the government's plans adding that they'll go by feet to State House to air their grievances.

"Mimi kama kiongozi wa nchi hii I feel very saddened that there can be a government when we are sitting like this, wanataka kuharibu maisha ya watoto wetu. Hatutakubali. Mimi nitarudi hapa wakiangiia hapa na bulldozers tutaenda na wakamba wote tutoke hapa twende hadi kwa Ruto na mguu," a furious Kalonzo stated.

Moses Kuria.

The land in question which is owned by East African Portland Cement Company, was donated by the community to the company for mining purposes. 

CS Kuria previously said that he will demolish any structures erected on the land maintaining that he will not be moved by the squatters.

"I want to tell squatter, I know you are an irresistible force but in me you will an immovable object. No one centimeter of portland will be grabbed,  I will flatten those structures. Kuliko I flatten them my way, please I am asking you to start moving tonight," " Kuria stated.

His remarks attracted mixed reactions from a section of leaders from the Ukambani region.