Ministry clean-up exercise locates missing files
12 May 2014, 10:34
Nairobi - Cabinet Secretary for Lands and Housing, Charity Ngilu, said the process of cleaning up the ministry's registries was progressing well.
Ngilu said that the Ministry had located 10,000 files that were missing since the process commenced last week.
She added that the files that were found had been missing for years.
Ngilu said that the clean-up, which had been conducted upon the ten-day closure of the Ministry operations, was a major achievement for the ministry.
The CS went on to put cartels that have been operating from the Lands Ministry on notice.
“We will do clean business in this ministry henceforth to ensure every Kenyan is served diligently,” said Ngilu.
The clean-up at the Ministry of Lands began last week. It is expected to end on Monday next week.
The process has the support of the President who made a visit to the Ministry’s offices as the clean-up was underway last week.
The National Land Commission has however gone to court to protest over the closure of the Ministry’s offices whereas the Consumer Federation of Kenya advised the two bodies to settle their differences.
- CAJ News
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