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.