Government revokes land titles across Kenya
SEE ALSO :Drop in banks’ profit denies State Sh69bAnother big land owner in the forest whose titles have been revoked is Agm Properties Ltd. NLC also ordered the revocation of 25 title deeds in Karura held by Saaster Land Holdings. Also to lose property in Karura is Meghji Shah and Sons Ltd, which has 15 titles deeds. Another casualty is the Kenya National Academy of Sciences, which is said to have irregularly bought land from Stonemore Investment Ltd. Kimathi Welfare Association will lose 16 title deeds of the original parcel L.R209/7383. The land has been ordered be returned to the Nairobi County government to hold in trust for residents of Kimathi Estate for public use. Fedha Estate Residents Association and Tassia Coffee Estate Ltd, owning block 97/1736, will have their title revoked and returned to the county government to hold on behalf of the residents as an open space for recreation. Titles revoked
SEE ALSO :MCAs: No more drama, we have moved onFormer Kasarani MP John Njoroge, Mwiki Welfare Association, Umagara Wiyonere Company Ltd and Mwana Mukia Company have also had their titles revoked. The owners of LR 209/10825, LR 9042/607/601/163 and block 82 in Embakasi have had their title deeds revoked while 42 titled deeds in block 97 in Fedha Estate and 50 title deeds of LR 12797 should have their documents regularised and surrender seven metres of their land for a transport corridor. Others in Embakasi, Manyanja Road, who sit on LR 82/4286 and LR 8866/7/8/9 have also to surrender seven metres for a road reserve. In Woodley Estate in Nairobi, 102 title owners also lost land registered under LR No 209. The land has to be reverted to the county government. A total of 136 owners of Nairobi LR No 209 and block 72 have their title deeds revoked and returned to the Kenya National Highways Authority.