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EACC Probes Grabbing Of Public Land Belonging To Nyabola Girls Secondary By SDA Officials In HomaBay



The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) says the process to recover 26 acres of land that hosts Nyabola Girls Secondary School in HomaBay County is nearing its end.

According to the commission, individuals associated with the Kenya Lake Conference of Seventh-day Adventists of the South Kenya Lake Field fraudulently acquired the land and converted it into SDA church premises.

The commission believes that the land, which is registered in the name of the now-defunct South Nyanza Council (the predecessor to the current County Government of Homa Bay), also houses residential apartments.

“EACC on Friday, May 26, oversaw a boundary determination exercise undertaken on the site by Rachuonyo Sub-County Surveyor in the presence of EACC Officials from the Commission’s South Nyanza regional office and the Land Registrar.”

“The parcel of land that stands for the Nyabola Girls Secondary School, which started in 1968 as a public school but has since been converted into a private institution and renamed Nyabola SDA Secondary School.”

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