East African Portland Cement (EAPC) has issued a notice selling a portion of their land despite ongoing demolitions.
The notice has sparked a heated debate as to why they could not negotiate with those being demolished to achieve a win-win situation.
“East African Portland Cement(EAPC) has released a notice seeking to SELL a portion of its land in Mavoko! According to the notice, those already occupying the land will be given first priority! So, why did they have to DEMOLISH houses instead of having a win-win situation?” said Bianca
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Through a notice, EAPC noted that they are selling their 8784/144,145, and 653 parcels of land located in Mavoko, Machakos County.
Those willing to buy have been issued a 14 days notice and afterwards the company will revert to a willing buyer, willing seller basis.
“Those in this kind of situation are advised to state their claim of the same within 14 days from the date of this notice,” read the statement.
As at Friday, 50 homes had been demolished following a High Court order in Machakos that declared the current occupation illegal as they could not prove their ownership.