A piece of property in Ruiru that is connected to the family of former president Uhuru Kenyatta has been attacked by unidentified individuals.

NTV reporter Brian Muchiri, who is on the spot, said that the intruders came on Monday morning and started cleaning the property right away.

Invaders harvest trees in Northland City

Dozens of other people were seen removing the sheep from the farm by packing them into vehicles and moving them.

Who the intruders were and why they were there are still unknown.

The site is a component of the elaborate plan of the Kenyatta family to create Northlands City, a KES 500 billion ideal metropolis.

One of Kenya's biggest and most significant real estate developments, Northlands City, will eventually house more than 250,000 people.

The project is being carried out by the Kenyatta family via their business, Brookside Holdings Ltd.

3,750 acres are designated for housing, 695 acres for an industrial park, 390 acres are designated for a commercial area, and 1,697 acres are designated for the open recreational area in the project's master plan.

Invaders harvest trees in Northland City

For agricultural use and wildlife preservation, the additional 5,156 acres are reserved.

Azimio supporters accuse the government of hiring goons to destroy private property. Azimio fanatics Abuga Makori, Kileleshwa MCA Robert Alai and others slam the state. 

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