On Sunday evening, KTN’s investigative reporter, Zubeidah Kananu, made a very interesting exposé dubbed Ubaradhui wa Ardhi that revealed the way through which some of the former government officials used to illegally acquire land.
After its airing, the shocking revelation left many Kenyans on social media with so much views to express in regard to the issue. Here are some of the reactions I compiled from the twitter trend #UbaradhuliwaArdhi.
— Lande Ibrahim (@LandeIbrahim) May 24, 2015
While fools where in the forest fighting for Indepence,others where sharing Land #UbaradhuliWaArdhi
— Thirsty Kipsoiwet (@Makiadi_) May 24, 2015
In light of Jomo’s appetite for land, who will satiate Singh’s love for open space before it’s too late? #UbaradhuliWaArdhi.
— Nana (@jkanana_) May 24, 2015
— cyllvian oracha (@cyllvianoracha) May 24, 2015
It’s a pitty that we vote in pple to protect what was grabbed from us #UbaradhuliWaArdhi
— Orang’i (@jeff_mabz) May 24, 2015
— G.G Peter Atom (@GGpeterAtom) May 24, 2015
— sos peter (@sosmounde) May 24, 2015
#UbaradhuliWaArdhi CORRUPTION iko high hadi PROMISED LAND iliGRABiwa!
— Peru Alex Khaemba (@DeejayPerlexy) May 24, 2015
90% of IDPs in Kenya are Kikuyus- Wanyiri Kihoro. A kiuk will never forget loss of wealth, others accept, move on #UbaradhuliWaArdhi
— Manuel Odeny™ (@ManuelOdeny) May 24, 2015
all I know raila lost the presidency because of land issue #ubaradhuliwaardhi
— nicholas kariuki (@muthaara) May 24, 2015
#UbaradhuliWaArdhi what Jomo did 1963 with this country is no difference with what Uhuru is doing 2013. We celebrate mediocrity.
— Douglas Mbura (@MburaKenya) May 24, 2015