Government wants to clean up land, so it says it will kick out slum dwellers

Nairobi River Basin via indykids

Nairobi River Basin via indykids

 

In Kenya, over 100,000 city slum dwellers will be evicted without resettlement

according to a program developed to clean Nairobi’s River Basin, says an international non governmental organization.

 

 

Amnesty International says hundreds of protesters demanded attention to slum development as the government was announcing is over eleven billion dollar budget plan.

 

In previous years, post election has left over a thousand people dead in the slums of Nairobi, Kenya.

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