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Will the smile last for the Nairobi land owners?

After a long time of negative energy President Uhuru Kenyatta alongside the Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko today attended the insurance of title deeds at KICC in the company of NMS director General, Mohamed Badi.The event marked a great change in resolving cases of land issues in Nairobi. President Uhuru Kenyatta today insured 30,000 title deeds to land owners in the vast Embakasi Ranching Company, Tassia Estate and the Korongocho and Mbagathi Informal settlement. The National Titling Programme is part of Jubilee Party’s campaign agenda which was promised to Kenyans.

It’s evident that other counties also go through the same problems of land conflicts as so many people in Kenya try to fight for what’s theirs, the Governor of Nairobi, Mike Sonko tries to help his people in bringing back what they have been waiting for in a long time.

The issuing of title deeds is apparently not the final throw for the land owners, after a comment on Twitter concerning the same title deed issue. For a very long time there have been so many cases concerning land issues which led so many innocent citizens loosing their land on their watch.Its also sad when we can never do anything about the whole situation, not all Kenyans can afford an attorney as most of them try to at least bring food to the table for their families.

One question stands, what really goes on, why is it always hard to get what really belongs to the people?  

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Embakasi Ranching Company Kenya Mike Sonko Tassia Estate Uhuru Kenyatta


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