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