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The president officially launches a new land information system


Kenyans will now be receiving land services wherever they are following the launch of a digital land information system.

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Launching the so-called ‘Land Now’ system this afternoon, President Uhuru Kenyatta has said land services will now be run without fear of fraud.

The new system is expected to strengthen the security of land records, speed up land trade and eradicate fraud.

The president has said Ardisasa will go a long way in determining the validity of land receipts for sellers and buyers, a situation that has been a source of concern among landowners and buyers in the country.

In addition, the President praised the system as a source of accurate information to assist the Investigative Departments in handling land issues.

He called on Kenyans to use the international system in Nairobi to determine the legitimacy of their patents.

The Ardisasa system was developed by a group of Kenyans over a period of three years and is a project initiated by the national government through President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The online landing system will be phased out in other parts of the country.

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