By ROSELYNE OBALA
Area DC, Omar Salat, said they have noticed the disparity when the list of beneficiaries and the map used to allocate the land did not tally.
“We have now called in new surveyors to give us the right interpretation. They will either confirm or dismiss our fears. In the map, about 200 plots were left out,” explained.
Salat who spoke to The Standard on phone said 1,732 families were resettled in the area and further 352 in Trans Nzoia County while 236 others are yet to be resettled.
“Once new assessment is complete, we will see how to cater for the remaining families,” he said.
?“Only those families confirmed to be genuine evictees would be settled,” he added.
During a recent meeting, local administrators promised to follow up the matter of unconfirmed evictees.
Emia ward councilor, Benson Chesikake assured displaced families left out in the exercise that their issue would be tackled.
Last September, the Government released Sh180 million to acquire 742 hectares of land in Trans Nzoia County to resettle 352 families.
Salat maintained the Government is committed to bringing to an end land wrangles in the district.