Lands ministry on the spot over Naikarra group ranch row

The planned subdivision of the Naikarra group ranch in Narok county is threatening to degenerate into a conflict after members of the scheme expressed opposition.

The members who held demonstrations to protest the planned subdivision are accusing the Narok county land registrar of colluding with unscrupulous individuals to alter the original list of beneficiaries.

The ranch members say some officials have influenced the subdivision process locking out valid members despite enduring years of waiting for a resolution in efforts aimed at ensuring that every member got their rightful share.

Subdivision of the Naikarra group ranch has remained emotive

Led by Nicholas Tempantet, the irate group called on the Ethics and Anti-corruption commission and the ministry of lands to move with speed and investigate what they say is a fraudulent undertaking.

According to Stephen Nengesa, each member was supposed to receive 20 acres but the officials have allegedly interfered with the register which initially had 6196 members by adding a further 2,500 fictitious members.


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