Deputy Lang’aa Phelix Odiwour alias Jalang’o was heard in wild animals attacking the Lang’ata tomb, finding a deep cemetery.
Jalang’o told Parliament that wild animals from a neighboring park, possibly from the Nairobi national park, and that the large Ngong forest moves freely to the grave, causing families that have buried their loved ones and suffering.
Parliament now expects that the Ministry of Health is inspecting public health risks because of the sustainable use of the last two decades.
MPs also want the national government to work with Nairobi County to identify alternative land that will be used for burial.
“Caring too much about the fact that this situation led to the overflow and split into areas of discomfort and bodies buried in deep cemeteries and caused frequent discovery by wild animals from the neighboring national stadium … which caused anxiety Unbearable, pain and suffering of families protected by the psychological suffering of neighboring communities “, read part of the order.
“The Ministry of Health to implement a assessment of public health hazard the grave. “”
An attempt to approach the issue has been previously found in a major scandal, with taxpayers losing more than 200 million KSh in a low -end agreement to secure alternative land outside the city.
The case has been pulled since 2005, when the Nairobi Municipal Council that died through the Local Government Ministry proposed to obtain alternative land, which saw taxpayers lose KSh 283 million.
In 2021, Nairobi County sought to exchange grave land with the 67 -acre Kenyan Forest Service. It is not clear whether the agreement has passed.
There has been talks to find land in Kang’undo to be used as a new funeral for Niirobi, but there is nothing that is still incomplete, leaving people with Lang’ata’s choice.
The county government has also prompted Nairobians to find other ways to send their parties.
In 2020, the Town Hall advised Crêper residents to avoid increasing the grave. It was also advised to bury the late environment or other personal interruption sites.