Category: land news

14 Jul
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BREAKTHROUGH AS MOSIRO NOW GETS 1,000 ALLOTMENT LETTERS FOR INSTITUTIONS AND TOWN PLOTS

H.E the Governor  launched the issuance of the land documents which now enables the residents to develop the plots.

Residents of Mosiro, one of the marginalized areas in Maasailand, can now seek commercial loans using plots at Oldorko town.

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14 Dec
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𝗞𝗮𝗷𝗶𝗮𝗱𝗼 𝗘𝗹𝗲𝗰𝘁𝗿𝗼𝗻𝗶𝗰 𝗗𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗹𝗼𝗽𝗺𝗲𝗻𝘁 𝗔𝗽𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗰𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻 𝗦𝘆𝘀𝘁𝗲𝗺 (𝗞𝗲𝗗𝗔𝗠𝗦

The Kajiado Electronic Development Application Management System (KeDAMS) was officially launched today at the County Headquarters. The automated system is expected to fast track development approval processes while improving efficiency of previously manual operations within the County Departments.

Speaking during the launch Deputy Governor Martin Moshisho said the interactive KeDAMS system will enable users to access key county services at their own comfort regardless of their location. He added that this was a major step for the County Government under the leadership of H.E Joseph Lenku to fully digitize operations and optimize revenue collection in all sectors.

Moshisho assured members of the public that the interactive system has incorporated views from various stakeholders and urged investors keen on development initiatives in the County to make use of the system to fast track their investment processes.

“Digitization of our services is not optional and we endeavor to fully digitize all our services so that members of the public have access to them with ease,” said Moshisho.

He added that the launch of the new system was timely considering the current global situation with COVID-19 since it will eliminate paperwork and physical interactions; situations that are likely to exacerbate the spread of the virus.

The CECM Lands, Hamilton Parseina said the qualitative system will do away with subjective processes that were previously rife at the County Offices.

“This system will get rid of quacks who had previously infiltrated the manual approval processes in our County offices, only qualified professionals will interact with the system,”he said.

The Kajiado Electronic Development Application System (KeDAMS) is a web-based software application that automates the development applications that include planning proposals, architectural building proposals and associated civil, structural engineering designs and inspection processes.

Kajiado becomes the fourth County after Nairobi, Kiambu and Kisumu to launch the Electronic Development Application Management Systems. The Kajiado system has been advanced from all the previously launched ones with enhanced features that seal the loopholes exhibited by the systems in the other counties.

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30 May
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COUNTY RELEASES OUT MORE ALLOTMENTS LETTERS

H.E the governor issuing out allotment letters to Bulbul residents

The County government has released the 1st batch of the new generation land allotment letters for plots that have been validated in Kajiado County. Speaking at Bulbul in Kajiado North Governor Nkedianye said the process started with Kajiado town last week and the process is ongoing in Kiserian and Rongai respectively. Bulbul, Ole Kasasi areas also benefited from the allotments. The government has issued a 3 months waiver for the 1500 shillings that one should pay per validated plot. “I urged all of you whose plots have not been validated please go to our offices and do so. For those of you, who have, please pick your new generation allotment letters from our offices.”Said Nkedianye

He told the beneficiaries to liaise with respective lands offices in the area to collect the documents.He also added that this will help to create social justice and harmony as opposed to conflicts that have resulted from land in the past

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22 May
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COUNTY GOVERNMENT ISSUES ALLOTMENT LETTERS

H.E the governor issuing out allotment letters for plots validated in Kajiado Town.

The County government has released the 1st batch of the new generation land allotment letters for plots that have been validated in Kajiado County. Speaking during the occasion Governor Nkedianye said the process started with Kajiado town, next week we will be in Gichagi, Kiserian, Kware and ole Kasasi areas in Kajiado North .Assuring the crowd that his government has given a 3 months waiver for the 1500 shillings that one should pay per validated plot. “I urge all of you whose plots have not been validated please go to our offices and do so. For those of you, who have, please pick your new generation allotment letters from our offices. I’m glad that during this term, while I’m still in office this process has kicked off successfully.”Said Nkedianye
Speaking at the event Nkedianye called on the beneficiaries to lias with respective lands offices in the area to collect the documents. He also added that this will help to create social justice and harmony as opposed to conflicts that have resulted from land in the past.
The deputy governor hon. Paul Ntiati said the letters will enable the owners to borrow loans from banks hence they should use the opportunity to develop themselves. “I known the letters will enable you to borrow loans from the bank since most people could not even borrow loans from banks for lack of collateral but now, they are shall be able to do so. Use the opportunity to develop yourselves”.
CECM for land Ali Letura and lands officers were present.

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14 Nov
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COUNTY GOVERNMENT DIVERTS WATER TO GRAZING AREAS OF OLGULULUI

Created river banks that will be used to divert the river

Created river banks that will be used to divert the river

Kajiado county government has diverted water to grazing areas of Olgulului, Lenkisim and Entonet Ward. The water that was passing to Orboloti was not useful to the residents and above all it constituted to most roads to be impassable.

Kajiado Governor Dr.David Nkedianye accompanied by his deputy Paul Ntiati said his government is ensuring that the locals are not disturbed by the water hence his government has taken a step further in ensuring that the water is diverted into grazing areas.

There are several projects currently on progress in the area such as the Olgulului and Noochokuti Primary school among others projects.

Present county officials included CECM for lands Ali Letura, Area MCA Benjamin Kool among others.

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11 Aug
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HE.Dr GOVERNOR NKEDIENYE WARNS COUNTERFEIT SURVEYORS

 

 

Dr.Nkedienye speaking to Enkaroni group ranch

Dr.Nkedienye speaking to Enkaroni group ranch

The governor of Kajiado County D.r David Nkedienye has Sort out land dispute between Maika Family and Enkaroni group ranch who have been having conflicts for 20years now. Nkedienye was accompanied with the Cs for Land Hon. Ali Letura, County Commissioner Harsama Kello, Area MCA Ole Kipaika and other government officials.

Speaking in the meeting Nkedienye warned the surveyors who are unprofessional saying they are misleading the public in giving false information, drawing erroneous maps. Resolving the meeting again on the 5thSeptember will bring both parties together to look for a permanent solution for the boundary. He said the issue must be solved once and should not arise in the near future “My government is warning all surveyors to make sure every time they work; they do it to the best of their professionalism. They should also know that their days are numbered in this county. We are having many problems regarding land matters across the county.”

County Commissioner Harsama Kello called for unity from all stakeholders to bring the conflict to an end. Urging the parties to cooperate to avoid any conflicts since they are brothers and sisters.

The Cs for Lands Ali Letura urged both parties to maintain peace since it is the most paramount in Kajiado County. Calling for cooperation as he assured them that the storm will end soon. “There is a lot of tension between the two parties but we don’t want that because Kajiado is a peaceful county.” Said Ali

Maika family urged the government to give them time as they look for another surveyor since they lost trust with the previous one.

All parties were required to respect the verdict because it was the only solution and continue living as brothers and sisters.

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11 Aug
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SQUARTERS IN THEIR OWN LAND

National Land Commission Chairman Mohammed Swazuri, Lenny Kivuti chairman
of senate land committee, Kajiado county senator Mositet, Narok senator
Stephen Ntutu, Kajiado deputy governor Hon.Paul Ntiati, Area M.P Sakuda,
Kajiado county lands management board chairman Hamilton Parseina and other government officials assembled yesterday at Kajiado west sub-county, Mosiro ward to
look for a permanent solution to Mosiro Residents whose Land has been
grabbed for over 30 years.
Speaking in the meeting Swazuri said he will have a meeting on August 3,
2016 with the relevant authority following the names of the people
holding title deeds will be gazette. Assuring the residents that after the
investigation the land grabbing was found to be qualified as historical
injustices. He added that August 30, 2016 all allegations will be listened and
decision made. Swazuri promised the next step will be nullify of title deeds
and surveyors will take over. According to swazuri planning has already be
done and maps are ready. He added that those who own the title will also be given a
chance to present their case in Mosiro and tell how they acquired the
titles deeds.

Deputy Governor Hon.Paul Ntiati warned the leaders present in the meeting
that they must not take the issue lightly since the residents have been in
pain for long. Applauding to the unity of the national and county government
in joining hands to look for a permanent solution towards the problem that has
been a thorn to the residents of mosiro over the years.
Mositet urged the locals to value peace and give the relevant authority
chance to help them solve the problem. Assuring them that he have
confident with the jubilee government that the long time problem will come to

an end soon.
Area M.P Moses Sakuda said “We have not come here because of
2017 politics but because we want to save our land from grabbers and see
the people Mosiro living in peace.” He added that investigation shows that
subdivision of titles deed was done in Nkoile Kajiado Central in the
absence of the Mosiro owners.

Hamilton the county land management board commission chairman in Kajiado County urged parents to educate their children to avoid such problems in future.
The local residents are seeking cancellation of the entire title deeds
issue to 1040 exercise and injunctive reliefs against the culprits. They
are seeking disbanding all land title deeds stemming from the subdivision
of the lands.

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14 Jul
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LOODOKILANI RESIDENTS WARNED AGAINST LAND SALE

The Deputy Governor accompanied by Loodokilani residents on land sale demonstrations

The Deputy Governor accompanied by Loodokilani residents on land sale demonstrations

Kajiado County Deputy Governor Paul Ntiati yesterday led a meeting held at Mile 46 in Kajiado west as they looked for ways to stop the selling of lands. He was accompanied by the Minister for Lands Hon. Ali Letura CECM for Education Hon.Jeremaih Nairowua, County Land Management Board Chairman (CLMB) Hamilton Parseina, Non-Governmental Organization Emayian Organization and Action aid and other county officials.

The Deputy Governor warned on land selling as it may lead to land squatters. Ntiati urged the residents to stop charcoal burning and plant tress to protect forests and reduce drought incidences. Assuring the residents that the county government will fully support them to stop the selling of lands.

Hon. Ali also warned the residents on lands selling since it’s the only inheritance to them. He further calls for all leaders to avoid any difference and join hands to restore the land taken. Assuring the community that their issues will be followed up. Warning the community on clanism’s as a way to lure down the development of community so they must avoid. Ali used the platform to warn sand harvesters not to overload the Lorries since the overloaded Lorries are destroying a lot of bridges and roads.

Magdalene Mepukori from Emayian Organization voiced to parents to have time with their children and advise them on life issues. She added that parents must teach their children on how to protect lands

 

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30 Mar
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“OUR LAND OUR INHERITANCE” OLOITOKITOK RESIDENTS DECLARE

Oloitokitok residents during the  Imbirikani meeting where they settled the land dispute in a meeting led by the county Governor.

Oloitokitok residents during the Imbirikani meeting where they settled the land dispute in a meeting led by the county Governor.

The land that has been under dispute between two groups Mbirikani and East Africa Portland cement has brought County eminent persons together with the community to look for a permanent solution, following a meeting held last Saturday where two people were shot dead.

Kajiado Governor H.E David Nkedianye accompanied by his Deputy Governor Paul Ntiati, CECM for Lands Ali Letura, Engineer Nkadayo and other government officials accused the scenario as lack of respect to the elected leaders, incompetence and carelessness. Speaking to a multitude of people from Mbirikani group ranch, Governor said members of Mbirika group ranch declared very categorically that there not giving any land to anyone there not leasing land to either Bamburi or anybody else. So we advise those people to go elsewhere as all the members of the group ranch have resolved that they are not going to lease any land to them. County boss condemning DCC and whoever gave the command must be held accountable for the two deaths. “I want to say very clearly that the DCC and whoever else who gave the command must be held accountable for the two lives lost.” Nkedianye said. concerning water issues and wildlife, Nkedianye said those are other big issues that have not been properly dealt with. Adding that human wildlife conflicts have escalate over the years and we need to give it proper address because it is not sustainable the way it is right now.

Deputy Governor Paul Ntiati said wananchi have a right to demand their rights and do demonstration and nobody should stop them. Supported by chief Nkadayo saying that they have no apology to make concerning the demonstration that happened. Urging the Governor to support his people from every oppression. Nkadayo urged leaders to avoid politics when it comes to human lives. He added, it doesn’t matter whether we are talking about parties this is not a matter of parties, this is a matter of lives and saving life. People have a right to demonstrate

Mbirikani residents called for help from the county government and all stakeholders to help fight against land grabbers. Lauded the effort from the Governor saying he has played a big role to solved the mbirikani land case“We can’t sell our land, it is our inheritance” Mbirikani members said”.

 

 

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25 Mar
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OLE KASASI RESIDENTS ISSUED WITH ALLOTMENT LETTERS IN KAJIADO NORTH

H.E The Governor with other leaders of the county issuing allotment letters to residents of olekasasi, Ongata Rongai in Kajiado North sub County

H.E The Governor with other leaders of the county issuing allotment letters to residents of Olekasasi, Ongata Rongai in Kajiado North sub County

Kajiado Governor H.E Dr. David Nkedianye accompanied by  his deputy Paul Ntiati, Senator Peter Mositet, area MP Joseph Manje and Education CECM Jeremiah Nairowua with other government officials launched registration of person with disability in kajiado North before they toured Ole Kasasi to launch 4 ECDE classes constructed by the county government, ole Kasasi Polytechnic where Beacon of Hope donated 15 sewing machines and 10 computers with their working stations. Later the Governor sought out the process of issuing lease titles to the residents of Ole Kasasi.

Speaking during the occasion Nkedianye said this is a milestone for the county because we are the first to have a land management board and the first to issue allotment letters that will lead to the issuing of titles. We’ve been having a lot of lands disputes and we must face the issues head on as a county government. We are working with all leaders and making sure that everybody has what is their’s. Nkedianye also urged leaders to embrace unity and avoid any political differences.

Deputy Governor Paul Ntiati praised the effort done by the county government on the issue of issuing title deeds as historic. Ntiati said the process is established where people will follow and everybody has a right to acquire a loan and do development.

Senator Mositet lauded the work done by the county government saying it is an achievement and the work was well arranged. Urging the residents that they should preserve their title deeds and not sell them instead they should built their land.

MCA Pere Mwathi guaranteed that those residents with the correct documents and occupation of the areas they are living in have received their allotments. He added that it is a landmark to the people of Kajiado County and Rongai residents at large.

Justus Korset a resident from Rongai could not hide his joy after receiving his allotment letter saying that the county government has helped them by issuing the letters. He added that it will help them to do development of their own.

The  Governor practises using a sewing machineole Kasasi Polytechnic where Beacon of Hope donated 15 sewing machines and 10 computers

The Governor practices using a sewing at ole Kasasi Polytechnic where Beacon of Hope donated 15 sewing machines and 10 computers

 

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