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[wanabidii] Activists raise alarm bells as Kenyan schools are targeted by land grabbers (M&G Africa)
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Activists raise alarm bells as Kenyan schools are targeted by land grabbers
29 000 schools are at risk of being grabbed with the major culprits being private developers assisted by public servants in acquiring school land.
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