Just recently, President Uhuru Kenyatta unveiled the Ardhisasa. That is a digital land information management system which is anticipated to mark the end of manual land transactions in Nairobi. That was a good move that boosts the land sector as the country tries to move to the digital sector.
Today, you will have an opportunity to know more about the Ardhisasa and many things affecting the lands sector. That is because Citizen TV are set to host President Uhuru Kenyatta's land Cabinet Secretary Farida Karoney. As Jeff Koinange always says, it's going to be smoking. So stay tuned and watch the big show coming from 9pm.
In that meeting, you may even get an opportunity to ask any questions about the land sector. Probably, Jeff Koinange must have fixed his fire extinguisher and placed it in good condition.
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