New LSK President, Allen Gichuhi paid Lands CS, Ms. Farida Karoney a courtesy call in her office Friday where the two discussed matters of common interest.
In his remarks, the incoming LSK boss said he looked forward to strengthening LSK working relations with the lands Ministry with a view of improving engagement leading to agreed practice rules for conveyancing matters.
He said this will help to maintain uniform standards and consequently improve service delivery across the country.
Mr. Gichuhi praised the ongoing digitization exercise of land records in the ministry saying it would help to seal loopholes that cartels use to defraud innocent Kenyans of their land.
In her remarks, the Lands CS emphasized that digitization of land records was a key requirement by the Government and a necessary process geared towards improving service delivery to Kenyans.
Ms. Karoney said the ongoing digitization of both Nairobi and Central registries involves verification and validation of land documents.
The CAS, Hon. Gideon Mung’aro, PS Dr. Nicholas Muraguri and LSK member, Mr. Charles Wamae were also present during the courtesy call.