Less than eighty days remain until the election, and both Kenya Kwanza and Azimio la Umoja politicians have taken the campaign route to promote their agendas to voters.
Permanent resolution of the squatter problem along the shore is one of the most important concerns championed by the leading candidates.
Kithure Kindiki has broken his silence and stated that neither Uhuru nor Raila are capable of resolving the problem. This is in response to Raila's swift appointment of Ali Hassan Joho as the CS in charge of lands to resolve the recurring land disputes along the coast.
According to the senator from Tharaka Nithi, the two have been implicated in the Coast land dispute at some point in the past. Kindiki remarked that it shows a conflict of interest.
"Reversing the operations of Kenya's primary seaport to Mombasa and permanently resolving the squatter problem along the coast cannot be accomplished under the incumbent President or the candidate of our competition. Both are contributors to the problem and exemplify a conflict of interest, "Kithure Kindiki wrote."