Two Maasai leaders have supported the suspension of land transactions in Narok county.
“For the first time, (Governor Samuel) Tunai has done something which will save people from losing their land and we salute him for the move,” said former Heritage minister William ole Ntimama.
Recently, Tunai banned subdivision and sale of land until a County Land Management Board is established.
Ntimama urged the governor to convene a players meeting as required by the constitution to find a way forward.
Maasai Council of Elders secretary general Samson Rotiken said unscrupulous people have taken advantage of residents to get land.
The two were addressing the media in Narok town yesterday.
Narok County leading online newspaper.
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