Kajiado Land Agents popularly known as Land brokers, have made demands to meet up Governor Dr. David Nkedianye to seek understanding as to why he bunged up land sale in the county.
The agents who proffered to be addressed so and not as they were popularly known ‘land brokers’ said their business like many other agents was legal and all they did was to link up a willing seller to a willing buyer at a commission, demand an explanation as to why Governor Nkedianye went on National TV saying that Kajiado should not be bought.
Addressing the angry Agents the Deputy Governor Paul Ntiati assured them that there is nothing The Governor holds against them and apologetically explained that all the county government is doing is putting things in order in the land ministry and bringing sanity in the land selling process which had become a major concern in the county.
The Deputy Governor advised the Agents to form a group and have leaders as this will not only give them recognition but also help them discipline those of them that play up.
Representing the Agents Joseph Kasaine said it is time the Governor let them know the fate of their jobs, if they should wait and how long. Mr. Kasaine added that there were many people that depended on that job that are now jobless and many Kajiado residents with large tracks of land but with very pressing needs. The agents said the look forward to meeting Governor Nkedianye and CEC Lands, Mr. Ali Letura.
The Deputy Governor guaranteed them that the two will be more than willing to meet them up.