President Uhuru Kenyatta via State House Kenya today has come up with a new way of tackling and reducing land conflicts which has killed several people and increase land thefts. According the source, president Uhuru Kenyatta introduced a new way of acquiring land in an organized way.
"Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta has overseen comprehensive reforms in the lands sector through transformative interventions such as the national titling program," tweeted State House Kenya.
Uhuru Kenyatta added that the program has been going in for the last 8 years down the line and every title deed's given out had no complaints at all. President Uhuru Kenyatta who came up with new ardhisasa platform which is an online land registration said that Kenyans should not worry at all since their grievances are being heard.
"This has seen the Government issue over 5 million title deeds in 8 years, and successfully digitize land registries through the ArdhiSasa online platform," tweeted State House Kenya.
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