By Our Reporter
Narok Referral Hospital land encroachers will soon be evicted to pave way for the construction of a doctor’s residency.
Narok County Governor Samuel ole Tunai, during a drug disbursement exercise at the hospital, said that a number of people had encroached onto the piece of land that extends all the way to Mau – Narok road.
“I will soon be sending bulldozers, so kindly start packing your belongings to avoid property loss,” he added.
The Governor said that once consultations with the department of lands were complete, the encroachers will be given a month to vacate.
Mr Tunai also said that once the Narok Medical College is complete, the students who will be learning at the institute, will need a residential place near the institute.
The medical college will not only have state-of-the-art-equipment but also four surgical theatres and a modern mortuary. The college will also have at least two hundred and fifty students at a time.
“The college will be training medical professionals who will assist not only save lives in Narok, but also in Kenya,” he added.