Counties will from July take charge of all land matters in their jurisdiction following the setting up of county land boards.
This was revealed on Wednesday by the National Land Commission (NLC) Chairman, Dr Mohamed Swazuri, in Kwale.
Those who will be appointed to work in the county land boards are expected to report to work by July 2, 2014.
“We have embarked on this exercise as per the Constitution that advocated for the devolution of land issues. By setting up county land boards, we are sure that the plight of Kenyans who have been travelling to Nairobi to seek help over land issues will come to an end,” Dr Swazuri said.
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