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Mijengo yaporomoshwa mjini Nairobi!

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    Ab-Titchaz Content Manager Staff Member

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    Demolition at Syokimau near Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on November 13 2011.
     
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    Nini kimetokea? au ni za alshababu?
     
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    Families left homeless after the demolition at Syokimau near Jomo Kenyatta International Airport


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    Matapeli wameuzia watu viwanja katika maeneo yasiotakiwa...au pia viwanja feki!

    Revealed: How land cartels fleece Kenyan buyers


    A cartel of land officers, lawyers, real estate agents and brokers is duping innocent Kenyans into buying non-existent land.

    The well-organised fraudsters use existing deed plans - documents showing location and divisions on land - to tamper with records at the Lands ministry.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->The cartel is behind the runaway cases of people buying land belonging to other people.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Investigations by the Saturday Nation following the Syokimau demolitions that saw Kenyans lose millions of shillings in investment found the racket is countrywide.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Once the racketeers identify a piece of land they wish to "sell", they alert their contacts at the Lands ministry who prepare a parallel set of fake documents which they use to dupe their victims.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->A victim of these murky deals whose land was sold without his knowledge, said the racketeers are so meticulous only a keen eye can detect the fraud.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->The fraudsters scout for land that has recently been sub-divided.

    They usually start their scavenging at the Nairobi City Council where they scour records for details of land transactions that have been approved, including sub-divisions, by town planning committees.

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    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Armed with this information, they forge letters purporting to be from the council indicating an approval, complete with dates and the plots that need to be sub-divided.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->The information comprises minutes of town planning committee meetings and sub-division of plots published in a book that is open to the public.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->The forged letters, however, will have different land reference numbers. For instance, if the block title was 54/784, the racketeers could indicate their land reference as 54/256.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->The racketeers also ensure that they include the exact date the Commissioner of Lands approved the sub-division. This is allegedly done in collusion with officers in the Ministry of Lands.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Because the original title deed ought to be surrendered, the racketeers generate plot numbers different from the original ones.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->What helps them, however, is that the part of the title block numbers for the genuine plots will have changed. The number 54 and the new numbers is what remains- say 54/89-320. The land fraudsters will then come up with fake numbers all of which will begin with 54/, for example 54/850-1081.

    This can easily convince buyers who do not make thorough investigations when acquiring land. The conmen do not stop at that.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->The last part of the racket is the preparation of a fake survey computation that they will type on a computer. Normally, survey computation are hand-written to avoid duplication and forgery.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Cases of one plot having two or more owners abound in Nairobi and elsewhere and such people are caught by surprise when they find someone else fencing off their plots.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Two or more people will insist that they bought the plot and each one will produce a title deed - albeit fake ones. Lands Commissioner Zablon Mabea admitted that many people had fake title deeds.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->He blamed the rampant scam on reluctance by land buyers to conduct searches and verify ownership of a piece of land before they part with their money.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->"The fraudsters fleece Kenyans by making them believe the titles are genuine," said Mr Mabea. He said the ministry had information about the criminals' bases in different parts of Nairobi.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->"It is just a matter of time before we pounce on them," said Mr Mabea. He warned land buyers against relying on lawyers for their searches, claiming busy lawyers delegate that responsibility to their clerks, some of questionable integrity.


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    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->"Busy lawyers will send their clerks, and in some cases, the clerks will share the details of the plot with the fraudsters who will prepare similar titles. It is only prudent for a buyer to spare the time to go to the ministry personally," he said.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Mr Mabea also said some racketeers identify a plot, conduct a search on it and then forge the titles. Such plots end up with exactly similar details as the original.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Kenya Land Alliance chairman Odenda Lumumba said cases of double allocation and corrupt entries in the registry were rampant and asked what Lands Minister James Orengo was doing about it.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->Mr Lumumba traced the problem back to 1999 when people who were allocated land transferred it to new owners before developing it.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->This was after the government permitted the transfer if owners paid 2.5 per cent of the land's value. This practise was banned when the National Rainbow Coalition took power in 2003.

    <!--Ads and Related Buttons--><!-- Ads minus related Buttons -->But given this week's demolition of houses in Syokimau near Athi River, land officers have clearly been violating the law by allowing allottees to transfer undeveloped land to buyers.

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    mbona bongo hawabomoi magorofa?
     
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    Mama Tibaijuka ilikuwa nguvu ya soda ameshindwa hata kubomoa watu waliojenga barabarani kule Jangwani Beach!! Mafisadi kwa jeuri ya pesa wanaziba barabara na waziri hajafanya kitu hata baada ya mashitaka kufika kwake!!
     
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    Families left homeless after the demolition at Syokimau near Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on November 13, 2011


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    A lady in shock after the demolition at Syokimau near Jomo Kenyatta International Airport that rendered several families homeless on November 13 2011.


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    Angela Kanini, one of the house owners whose abode was demolished at Syokimau near Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi


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    My god!!!!serikali mida mwingine iwe na huruma kwa watu wake,iwape watu mda wakubomoa wenyewe na kuwachukulia hatua wahusika waliowauzia wananchi viwanja kinyemela.
     
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    Wameingia gharama za bure wangecheki na Al shabab mabomu machache yangetosha!
     
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    Poleni wakenya
     
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    A student carries her belongings at Mitumba Slums near Wilson Airport Nairobi where hundreds of shanty homes were demolished November 19,2011 in the ongoing repossession of public land.


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    A man carries a TV from the scene at Mitumba Slums near Wilson Airport Nairobi where hundreds of shanty homes were demolished November 19,2011 in the ongoing repossession of public land.


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    Hii ndio raha ya kuwa na katiba yen ye uhakika. hakuna fisadi wala kaidi wote sawa bomoa tu mipango miji mbele.
     
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    Aise kuitumia hyudai excavator kubomoa nyumba za wenzako raha kweli kwani iko designed ergonomically safi, ila mzee kama kakibanda kakiwa kako, mzee we acha tu tena na mikopo yenu hii ya stanbic.......................
     
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