Margaret Wangare, 85 years old, was one of the first to settle in Mukuru slums, Nairobi after independence in 1964, and lives there for almost fifty years. ‘There was nothing when we came here. We were farming. There was a forest.’ On arrival these first residents were allocated land without title deeds. They started to construct houses which today has grown into this big slum Mukuru. Recently there has been a court order to evict residents from Mukuru as it is set to be demolished. Someone claimes to have bought the land, but who sold the land to him? ‘If the government decides to evict us, they should know where to take us…’. Nairobi Community Media House organized a ‘Bunge Mtaani’ screening and debate in Mukuru slums about this issue. Ursula Akinyi takes you through No man’s land.