A group ranch official says he fears for his life after anonymous people called to stop him from naming a Kajiado politician in the Olgulului land saga.
Elijah Keen Naini has since recorded a statement at Loitokitok police station after anonymous people called him and warned they will take dire action against him if he continues naming the politician or members of his family.
Naini is the Olgulului group ranch secretary, who on Thursday last week unleashed a damning report about some people who have invaded the 133,333 ha of the Olgulului group ranch land.
The group ranch has 11,418 members and 10,000 of them have already received their share of the land while 1,418 are yet to be allocated theirs.
“These people have been calling me from Monday last week before I held a meeting with the group ranch members on Tuesday to report to them about the status of our land and the issuance of title deeds,” claimed Naini.
Naini claimed that the anonymous people who called him also warned him against calling for the meeting.
But during that meeting, he went ahead and named the politician and three members of his family as among those who were illegally issued with more than 6,000 acres of the group ranch land, and yet they were not members.
Naini now says Kajiado governor, Joseph ole Lenku, his wife Edna Chelangat, two of their children; Esther Simaloi and Nancy Silantoi are being investigated by Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission.
Their names were forwarded to the EACC on December 24, 2021, by Naini and on the same day, the DCI in Kajiado wrote a letter (CID/LTK/CRI/6/1/VOL.1/110/2021) to the land registrar asking for the status report of registration of the parcel numbers provided by the group ranch.