Khat (Muguka) traders on Monday were left counting losses after Mombasa County police demolished more than 100 structures where the stimulant is sold.
But traders have protested against the demolition that saw more than 100 stalls destroyed. The traders accused the county askaris of unfairly targeting them and destroying their livelihood.
The traders who had turned up to open their stalls were shocked to find excavators demolishing their stalls . Some of the traders had to plead with officials of the Kenya national highways Authority to to allow them salvage their wares before the demolition can take place.
Demolition comes a week after Mombasa ward representatives revisited a proposal to ban sale and consumption of muguka over addiction. ‘Muguka’ traders in Mombasa suffered a …
Siaya traders have opposed the county government’s plan to demolish their stalls so new ones can be constructed. They said the «oppressive» move is meant to drive them away from viable sources of
Worry has gripped tens of traders in Mtwapa town following an eviction notice issued by the Kenya National Highways Authority (KENHA). The notice of demolition of the structures erected along the Mombasa-Malindi highway near Mtwapa Weighbridge is set to affect over 100 traders who have petitioned the Kilifi County Government to intervene.
A dispute over the ownership of a parcel of land along Jogoo Road ended in tears and losses for traders at Burma market who woke up to find their stalls demolished.
Property worth Sh6 million was destroyed during demolitions by Kisumu county officials on Saturday morning. Traders and residents in Dunga area said the officials brought down around 24 stalls and
Traders at the City Stadium stage salvage what was left after their structures were destroyed at dawn [Elvis Ogina, Standard] A dispute over the ownership of a parcel of land along Jogoo Road ended in tears and losses for traders at Burma market who woke up to find their stalls demolished.
Feb 22, 2018 · Police in Mombasa engaged hundreds of traders in running battles after the vendors barricaded the Mombasa-Malindi highway, protesting demolition of their sta
Hundreds of traders at the Ngara matatu terminus in Nairobi are counting losses after city county personnel demolished their stalls Tuesday morning.
Scores of traders who had reportedly set up illegal structures at the Manzese Market woke up to a shock after authorities demolished their stalls in the wee hours of Friday.
2018-09-10. Matatu association distances itself from the incident that led to the hitting of a police vehicle by a matatu in the Central Business District of Nairobi Sunday.
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The county commissioner, accompanied by government officials among them provincial administrators, surveyors and engineers, ordered all occupants of the houses marked for demolition to vacate.