Kianda Savannah Jua Kali squatters in Donholm Nairobi have pleaded with the government to help them get title deeds.
The squatters said they have been threatened with eviction by a private investor.
The group said it was allocated the piece of land in 2002 by the government.
They held demonstrations on Wednesday saying that they have nowhere to go.
Through their leader Naomi Kabura Mugethi, the group pleaded with President Uhuru Kenyatta begging him to settle them as their houses were demolished and their children have nowhere to go.
“We have even reported this matter to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) over the alleged fraudulent transfer of our land,” said Kabura.
The Kianda Savanna Jua Kali Squatters claim that they are the beneficiaries of the land LR.82/6194, 7855 and 7814 situated in Donholm.
They claim that one Peter Hamisi Tena took the land documents pretending to be an advocate with the intention to fraudulently transfer the land parcels to other persons without their consent.
The Complaint to the DCI was made on October 29, 2021.
“The Kenya Gazette made on November 9, 2018 directed the chief registrar of the land to ensure that land is well distributed to the squatters,” she said.
The group claims that several of their people have been killed trying to fight for the land.
They said that some of their lawyers have turned against them.