Kenya Civil Aviation Authority News

Sidelined? Ruto cooked his own goose

The National Land Commission has had to investigate the controversial transfer of the land from Kenya Civil Aviation Authority to Ruto and associates.

The Star , Kenya Feb 22, 2019

Lawyer Ahmednasir insists Ruto is innocent, should not pay for Weston Hotel land

The Commission also ruled the property belonged to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) which had laid claim to the land.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 21, 2019

NLC should forcibly take back Ruto owned Weston Hotel land

Ruto has all through argued he was conned into buying it by initial owners after NLC ruled the property belonged to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 20, 2019

Ruto to pay for airport land: NLC

Deputy President William Ruto’s Weston Hotel will compensate Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) for illegally acquiring its land and not the person who sold it to the DP.

Daily Nation , Kenya Feb 20, 2019

Kenyan newspapers review for February 20: CS Rotich in trouble as KSh 40 bn goes missing

Nation The National Lands Commission (NLC) has said that Deputy President William Ruto will have to pay Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) for irregularly acquiring its land and erected Weston Hotel.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 20, 2019

Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo insists Ruto's Weston Hotel should be demolished

- Otiende Amollo said Weston Hotel needed to be demolished just like Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi's premises on Aerodrome Road were - He argued that failure to demolish it portrayed unfairness in application of law - National Land Commission ruled the land occupied by Weston Hotel belongs to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority - The commission ordered Ruto to pay KCAA funds to enable it purchase a similar value property Rarieda MP Otiende Amollo has reiterated that Deputy President William Ruto's Weston Hotel must be demolished for occupying public land.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 19, 2019

National Land Commission says William Ruto must pay for Weston Hotel land

- Deputy President William Ruto claimed he was an innocent buyer of illegally acquired land - He said he purchased the 0.7 hectares parcel at KSh 10 million in 2007 - National Land Commission ruled that the land belonged to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority - Outgoing NLC Commissioner Abigael Mbagaya said Ruto must pay for the land at current market value - She said it was upon the deputy president to follow up individuals who sold the land to him for a refund - The commission announced it would make public the valuation price of the disputed land National Land Commission (NLC) has stated that Deputy President William Ruto must pay for the illegally acquired Weston Hotel land at the current market price.

Tuko , Kenya Feb 19, 2019

Resign over Weston Hotel confession, ODM Treasurer tells Ruto

“In fact, for the record, the National Land Commission has made a finding that Weston was an innocent purchaser for value from somebody who got it illegally, and preparations have been made constitutionally to restore that land to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority by demanding that those who sold the land to us must pay,” Ruto said.

The Star , Kenya Feb 18, 2019

Resign over Weston Hotel confession - ODM Treasurer

“In fact, for the record, the National Land Commission has made a finding that Weston was an innocent purchaser for value from somebody who got it illegally, and preparations have been made constitutionally to restore that land to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority by demanding that those who sold the land to us must pay,” Ruto said.

The Star , Kenya Feb 18, 2019

Mixed reactions as NLC bosses head home

When we sat and made this decision, we all agreed that the allocation was illegal and that the land belongs to Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA).

Daily Nation , Kenya Feb 17, 2019