Ledama Olekina,taking to his twitter account, revealed that if he would be elected in the seat of presidency, he would solve the land issues revolving around Laikipia.Ledama adds that no one would ever own 1,000 acres of land in the area and that,every grabbed ranch will revert back to the owner.
"All ranches in Laikipia will revert back to the original owners!Neocolonialism will end!" Ledama said.
Do you think this is possible? Time will.Ledama also added that,he ,together with the National Land Commission (NLC),can push for tough land reforms to make it harder for grabbers to get lands.
The issue of lands has been facing many people in our country.Whereby getting title deeds has been a biggest problem.As many people purchase lands only to find that the deeds are fake and their money just goes like that.Due to this,the National Lands Commission(NLC) launched an online platform for buyers in order to protect them.
What is your take on this issue though?
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