Land grabbing in our country has been increasing over the years, especially in our major cities like Nairobi.On 27th April 2021 on Tuesday,the president lunches a digital land management system making the end of the manual land transaction in the city.
The new system will enhance the security of land records, hence curbing frauds.It will also increase the speed in land transactions hence bringing transparency in our country.
Due to this improvement,cases of land grabbing which is made through illegal transaction will be a matter of the past.The president also advised land owners in the Nairobi who will not be able to access their names to patient as the government popularize the system.
The president said that the new system will be also be introduced to other counties.All the privates and public lands have been separated in the country.The public lands are now safeguarded and ready for public use.
This is a great achievement made by our government has it will reduce land injustices in our country.
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