Ngilu Warns Politicians Over Early politicking at the expense of Development
Friday, February 1, 2019
By county diary
Governor Charity Ngilu has warned politicians against early campaigns but instead focus on uniting for development cause in the county and country.
Speaking at Kenze in Kitui East when she accompanied Lands Principal Secretary Dr. Nicholas Muraguri, the Governor said the future of the citizens lies in a crop of leaders committed to positively impact the society.
“People are not interested in aimless 2022 campaign talks, Kitui people and Kenyans at large want progressive leaders” Ngilu said.
Ngilu said the partnership between the National Government and the County Government will see many residents secure title deeds for their lands to halt land confrontations.
She said the land adjudication and titling programme launched yesterday targets residents across the county to ensure all residents benefit.
Ngilu said leaders derailing development through early politicking have no space in the current leadership.
“I send you Sir Ps to President Uhuru Kenyatta, tell him those politicking around belong to jail. Kenyans need progress”. She said.
Lands PS Dr. Nicholas Muraguri said the national Government is on the verge of opening a registry office in Kitui town to help smoothen matters land in the county and improve data handling.
He said the national government was working on easing the process of title deeds’ acquisition to ensure many Kenyans secure the key document.
Kitui County Commissioner Samuel Kimiti said the initiative will help solve lasting land wrangles in the county saying many court cases originate from land disputes among the residents.