Long time land issue in Eastern Mau will be a thing of past.
This is after Government stepped in with series of meetings to find amicable long term solution.
Speaking on Wednesday at Nessuit Primary School in Njoro,area MP Charity Kathambi expressed optimism that a lasting solution will be reached.
“With the Development on this issue I have no doubt whatsoever that we shall reach a solution” she said.
Kathambi who has been on forefront in advocating for peaceful co-existence in Njoro also challenged the Communities to embrace peace.
The meeting was also attended by Riftvalley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya who reiterated government’s commitment towards finding a lasting solution.
It is a follow-ups of series of other meetings and engagements to find an amicable solution.
The meeting follows a directive by President Uhuru Kenyatta to resolve long standing conflicts over land by December 11, 2020.
The goverment set up a special multi-agency task team which will lead the exercise of establishing the cutline, conduct an audit before issuance of Title deeds in December.