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Del Monte says decision to re-survey their land will expose false and malicious claims against them.

Del Monte Kenya Managing Director Stergios Gkaliamoutsas in a previous press conference. 

Del Monte Kenya has welcomed the decision by National Assembly Lands Committee’s ordering the Director of Survey, Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning to re-survey the land within the confines of our farm.

In a letter by it’s Managing Director Stergios Gkaliamoutsas, the company says that they were confident that this move would dispel the false and malicious claims that they were farming more land than was registered in their title deeds.

“As we have previously stated, we strictly farm within the confines of the areas as demarcated in the deed plans annexed to the titles we hold. The titles which were issued in 1970 and 1973 respectively, had been confirmed by the Director of Surveys and that is the reason we have never had a single land dispute from the time they were issued until now when the leases are subject for renewal. Any member of the public can access the deed plans from the Director of Surveys and check the acreage by google maps,” said part of the letter.

Stergios reiterated their readiness to engage relevant stakeholders with a view to reaching reasonable settlement on the land leases issue.

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