Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has launched investigations into three acres of land located inside Kibiku, Ngong Forest in Kajiado County.
The government agency will try to establish how the private developer acquired the controversial piece of land which is in the process of developing it.
A spot check by Citizen TV revealed ongoing construction activities in the controversial piece of land include a newly erected gate manned by a security guard.
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The security guard manning the place confirmed to the media station that the developer had solved all issues with the community and that it was better for them to leave as they may lose their jobs.
“Kwa sababu nimewapata hapa, muwache, hii maneno it can even cost you your jobs,” said the guard
Investigations by the anti graft body follows complaints by members of the public and specifically the community in the area who have noted that the piece of land was illegally obtained.
Powerful forest officials have been linked to the case as one side of the land has been blocked from any access.