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“Msichague Wale Wataturudisha Enzi za Wizi” President Uhuru warns Kenyans

by Paul Mboga
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President Uhuru Kenyatta has advised Kenyans to exercise caution while choosing their representatives in the general election scheduled for August, saying that land cartels are reorganizing to impede the progress Kenya has made in the lands sector.

Uhuru stated that Kenya took a step in April of last year and built a National Land Management System (or Ardhi Sasa), which allows the electronic transfer of land agreements, during the opening of the Title Deeds Issuance Program at KICC, Nairobi County.

They claimed that because of the manual method, there were many instances of unlawful land deals and corruption inside the Land Ministry prior to the system’s creation and introduction.

The president asked Kenyans to elect a political formation that will continue ensuring that the land reforms are adhered so that Kenya does not go back to the ages of corruption. He said that he is aware that land cartels are now regrouping into a political formation to slow down the reforms that has been made.

“I am aware that notwithstanding the promise of this new platform, Land cartels are regrouping again to slow us down the pace of the reforms that we are undertaking,”Uhuru said.

“I do urge, ata nyinyi mtachagua msichague wale ambao wataturudisha tumetoka kwa enzi ya wizi na mambo mengine (Even you who will vote, do not elect those who will take us back where we have come from, back to the days of theft and other things),” the president added.

The president said that those who deserve to take over the leadership are the group that will ensure that the transformational agenda in the land sector is maintained and that everyone only has his rightful property.

“Tunataka wale watashongesha hii agenda na kuhakikisha kila mkenya ako na haki yake na Mali yake (We want those who can push this agenda and ensure that every Kenyan has his right and his property),” Uhuru said.

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The president asked Kenyans to elect a political formation that will continue ensuring that the land reforms are adhered so that Kenya does not go back to the ages of corruption. He said that he is aware that land cartels are now regrouping into a political formation to slow down the reforms that has been made.

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