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Alert issued on Naivasha plots

By ANTONY GITONGA | Dec 14th 2013 | 1 min read


Naivasha sub county administrator has raised the alarm over increased cases of illegal land sale in Naivasha town and its environs.

Mr Felix Olwero said there is an increase in cases of fictitious land sales to unsuspecting members of public in Naivasha.

He said the most affected areas are Moi Ndabi, Mai Mahiu, Longonot, Crater Lake and Kibukunyo.

He said landowners are colluding with some land agents to con people of their money by selling one piece of land to several people.

Olwero asked buyers to verify details of any piece of land they intend to purchase from the Lands department before proceeding with any transaction.

 At the same time the administrator took issue with those vandalising street lighting, road signs and guard rails and selling them to scrap dealers saying that they are endangering road users.

He also asked the residents to dump their garbage responsibly.


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