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Bad News To Landlords As Gov't Seeks To Protect Tenants From Falling Structures

Zacharia Njeru the Land Cabinet Secretary unveiled new procedures to safeguard tenants from falling structures.

Njeru claims that before a building is authorized for use landlords and owners will need to obtain insurance for it.

Speaking on Friday, November 11, at the annual Surveyors conference in Kisumu the CS said the initiative sought to promote high-quality constructions.

As a government it is our responsibility to safeguard the populace. All infrastructure will only be allowed to be used if it is fully covered by third-party liability insurance, according our proposed rule He declared.

He added that the public will be able to comment on the laws and policies before they were submitted to Parliament for approval.

According to Njeru the objective is to establish standards in our places of residence, employment worship and recreation in order to reduce the possibility of these assets deteriorating.

Additionally, he promised to carry out the rollout of the National Land Information Management System (NLIMS), popularly known as the Ardhi sasa app which was introduced in 2021 by the late President Uhuru Kenyatta.

He announced The government is in the process of digitizing land records.

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CS Kisumu Njeru Surveyors Zacharia Njeru


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