With only 34 days till the elections, President Uhuru Kenyatta today issued a new directive to all Cabinet Secretaries, or CSs, in a memo that was published by Kenyans.co.ke.All Cabinet Secretaries were instructed in a note from the head of the public service, Jon Joseph Kinyua, to get to work right away and expedite the issuing of one million title deeds by no later than July 20.They were also instructed to report on their progress.The Head of State stated in the message that each Cabinet Secretary will be given a specific region to administer while issuing title documents throughout the forty-seven (47) counties.
This programme, which comes days after the county's underprivileged groups received title deeds from the head of state, will target Kenyans who own land but lack the paperwork to show ownership.Additionally, all Cabinet Secretaries are required to submit a report on the exercise's progress by July 21 per a directive from the Head of Public Service.
In the memo, Kinyua also states that the goal of this action is to solidify President Uhuru Kenyatta's legacy before his August retirement.
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