Fred Outa, Jakoyo Midiwo face eviction from Milimani over rent arreas

Fred Outa
Kisumu Senator Fred Outa in a past press briefing. [Photo/Courtesy]

A notice of eviction has been issued to four prominent personalities, among them Kisumu Senator Fred Outa, who occupy county houses.

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According to Acting Kisumu City Manager Abala Wanga, the notices were issued over failure to remit rent for the houses located at the posh Milimani estate.

Others who were sent eviction notices include former Gem MP Jakoyo Midiwo, businessman Erick Okeyo and one Pamela Olango have also been ordered to pay the arrears or leave.

Outa is said to owe the city Ksh. 1.7million in rent arrears while Midiwo reportedly owes Ksh. 876,000.

Okeyo and Olango are said to have an arrears of Ksh. 5.4 million and Ksh.3.6million respectively.

The Kisumu City Manager reiterated that failure of the said individuals to pay rent contravenes section 2a of tenancy agreement.

He added that it makes them liable for eviction and to have legal action instituted against them in order to recover the full amounts owed.

Wanga has directed that the four be forcefully evicted.

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