ISK Holds One Day Land Clinic In Bungoma County


Women share sentiments during the Bungoma Land Clinic

Speaking during the  opening launch of the land clinic the Minister of Lands in Bungoma County Patrick Koi said there was need for more sensitization and awareness on land issues.

He called on profesional surveyors to enhance professionalism when carrying out their surveying roles.He  further noted that leadership was lacking in matters land.He called on  the Institution to demystify land issues by constantly sharing relevant  information with the public.

Mr Koi emphasised that surveyors in the counties should work hand in hand with the Land registrars to minimize land disputes and conflicts that result from double allocation and selling.


The Bungoma grassroots land committee officials with ISK land clinic team & Bungoma Land officials

Several topics  were shared with the participants during the forum by the ISK experts included the procedure and process of acquiring titles, Land Dispute Resolution Procedures and Process by Ronald Matende who is a Land Admnistration expert.A topic on Rights and Obligations to land by Dennis Deus, a Lawyer and a Registered Estate Agent, Land subdivision and survey by was presented by the Kisumu Branch Chairman Maurice Lishenga while Leah Njuguna the Chair Pr and Editorial Committe presented on How to derive maximum value from land and the role of institutions and professionals in the land sector.

A Committe was formed at the end of the forum to ensure the information shared was desiminated further to the grassroots though public forums and barazas.