ADC fails to prove it owns land, says audit

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Steve Mkawale] In his latest report, Auditor General Edward Ouko says the Agricultural Development Corporation (ADC) does not have tittle deeds to the land whose total value is Sh38 million. In the first instance, Mr Ouko claims: “Land L.R No.20591/86 in Ndabibi and another one in Molo do not have ownership documents,…


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Article: Kenya’s emotive land issues must be handled with care – Magesha Ngwiri

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Magesha Ngwiri] Many people believe there are only two ways to look at the issues surrounding the thousands of acres owned by non-Kenyan farmers in many parts of the country — either the land reverts to its original “owners”, which means it will being taken over by the wealthy, or some…


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Article: Land sub-division hurting Kenya’s farming – Kipkemboi Rotuk

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Share      [Source: Business Daily] Kenya is an agricultural economy. Even with the advances and aspirations of being a manufacturing-driven economy, agriculture will continue remaining a key component in supplying raw materials, or at least food. However, it is also not possible to talk of food security without mentioning land tenure which is directly correlated with economies…


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AFC seeks Governor’s help to recover grabbed land (Busia County)

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Share      [Source: The Standard, by Ignatius Odanga] Prime land in Busia town belonging to the Agricultural Finance Corporation (AFC) has been grabbed, a top official at the agency has said. AFC Board of Directors’ chairman Franklin Bett made the claim on Tuesday when he commissioned the parastatal’s latest branch. “Part of our land has been grabbed.…


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Article: Education on land subdivision can increase food production – Nickson Onyango

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Share      [Source: Daily Nation, by Nickson Onyango] It is a common feature to see signage of plots for sale along our highways and roads with a cache that there are only a few remaining. Almost all morning radio shows have dedicated some minutes to advertising the new kid on the block with good plot offerings. Not…


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