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Normal operations at the Thika Sub-County Lands Registry will soon resume as the ongoing re-organisation nears completion.

Speaking to the press during a familiarisation tour of the registry on Friday, Thika Land Registrar Bernard Ngetich said that after a period of three months, the more than 50 university students and officers from Records Management Headquarters had managed to re-organise the registry's filing system. He commended them for the good work noting that it had enabled his department to trace files that dated back to 1976 for land cases from Murang’a, Kiambu and Thika.
He further informed the press that there was a major reshuffle at the Thika office with some of the officers being interrogated over involvement in land fraud.
He assured the members of public of better services.
“Land brokers will be eliminated and access to land documents will be made easy as the rot that characterised the registry will be dealt with permanently,” said Ngetich.
Thika Lands Office was among the first three registries to be closed down in 2014 by the suspended Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu after experiencing cases of high-tech fraud.

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