The Ministry of Lands and Planning says the mass verification of title deeds in Nairobi is ongoing. According to a notice that was issued by the Lands Cabinet Secretary Farida Karoney, the exercise is covering the Nairobi Block 110, where the Thome area is located.
This follows mass claims of irregularities of plot allocations and titled deeds. This exercise started from may 24 and has continued into June.
“The plot owners are requested to prepare and drop copies of your proof of ownership documents for your plot at the survey of Kenya between May 24 – June 2021 between 9 am- 3 pm,” CS Karoney said.
This exercise follows a moratorium the ministry had placed against land transactions in the area.
The advert by the CS said that land owners seeking to have the plots verified land will be required to present, copies of the title deeds, certified copies of grant issued by the court for succession matter, copy of transfer documents, sale agreements, share certificate and receipt for payment from Thome farmers.
They will also need to present a copy of National ID and KRA Pin for Individuals or copies of certificate registration certified CR12 copies and KRA Pin for Companies/Institutions.