Nakuru Lands CECM Presides Over Land Planning Forum in Kihingo, Njoro

Nakuru County Officials During Kihingo Trading Centre Planning and Survey Forum

Nakuru County Lands, Housing and Physical Planning CECM Francis Mwangi on Monday accompanied by officers from the Department held a meeting with stakeholders from Kihingo trading centre in Njoro Sub-county as part of the ongoing planning and survey of various trading centres to benefit from the titling program.

The objective of the forum was to provide an overall development framework for Kihingo centre.The meeting was also aimed at engaging the stakeholders in a participatory planning approach of the area.

The CECM said the County Government,under the leadership of H.E Governor Lee Kinyanjui, is keen on ensuring land disputes including succession,multiple allocations, parcels acquired fraudulently among other related disputes are addressed fully. He applauded the efforts of the consultants for work done so far pointing out that this was a clear indication that the work will be completed on given timelines.

Similar sentiments were shared by the area MCA George Kiere who appealed to residents to accord maximum support to the consultants so as to ease regularization of security of tenure.The MCA noted that the exercise will create new opportunities and provide security to public land.

Program planning consultant James Muchoma appreciated support from the Department and said they will provide quality services .The stakeholders forums will continue in all other trading centres earmarked to benefit from the exercise.

Other leaders present in the function were Director Housing Arch. Benard Maina, Ag Director Physical Planning Justin Mayaka,Sub-county Administrator James Mwaura and the area chief Chege Njuguna.

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