Neno Evangalism centre in Nairobi. PHOTO | NMG
Neno Evangalism centre in Nairobi. PHOTO | NMG

As chaos struck the leadership of Neno evangelism church headquarters,  Kenya Railways now wants the land where the church sits citing the leadership has failed on the land agreements.

Controversial Pastor of the Neno Evangelism Centre James Maina Ng’ang’a has a new battle in his hands after Kenya Railways Corporation notified him of plans to reclaim the land where the main church in Nairobi sits on.

The Kenya Railways wrote to Mr Ng’ang’a on Friday indicating that the land occupied for years by the church along Haile Selassie Avenue is the corporation’s property.

Kenya Railways said the parcel occupied by Neno church “encroaches on land initially reserved for railway use” but had supposedly been allocated irregularly.

“You are hereby requested to surrender all documents relating to the irregular allocation of the above-referenced property to the corporation,” stated the corporation that has in recent months intensified efforts to reclaim what it says is its grabbed land across the country.

In the letter to the church, Kenya Railways explained that the move is part of efforts to reclaim “all its land” that had been allocated to private entities throughout the country, which is being done in collaboration with the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission and the Assets Recovery Agency.

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