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Sang records statement with DCI over tea farm takeover

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• Six MPs accuse governor of setting a dangerous precedent.

Nandi residents convene at the DCI offices in Kapsabet as Governor Stephen Sang records a statement.
Nandi residents convene at the DCI offices in Kapsabet as Governor Stephen Sang records a statement.
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Nandi Governor Stephen Sang on Monday recorded a statement with the DCI in Kapsabet in relation to the uprooting of tea at Kibwari Tea Company.

His supporters camped outside the police station.

Nandi Governor Stephen Sang on Monday recorded a statement with the DCI in Kapsabet in relation to the uprooting of tea at Kibwari Tea Company. See story https://bit.ly/2WTswJe

Earlier, Sang held a press briefing vowing to continue the recovery of public property. 

 

Six MPs on Saturday said the governor was setting a dangerous precedent by inciting the public to invade and destroy private property.

They are Vincent Tuwei (Mosop),  Wilson Kogo (Chesumei) Julius Meli (Tinderet), Cornelius Serem (Aldai), Alfred Keter (Nand Hills) and Senator Samson Cherargei.

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