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Umoja residents to get title deeds for their 4.79 ha of land in Thika

Kiambu County Assembly has approved the Physical Development Plans for 1,750 households at Umoja Informal Settlement in Thika under the Kenya Informal Settlement Improvement Program - KISIP.

This has opened the floodgates for the residents to benefit from block title deeds for the 4.79 hectares of land.

The 60 block title deeds were received by CECM Lands Housing Physical Planning and Urban Development Samuel Mugo from George Arwa, Head of Tenure Regularization at KISIP.

Seven settlement schemes have been pre-qualified for planning and security of tenure and are pending final verification. They are; Gachagi, Madharau and Kiandutu in Thika, Shauri Yako in Dagoretti, Ruthimitu Kiamburi in Kikuyu and Kibagare in Kiambaa.

Present to receive the titles were Chief Officer Housing, Municipality and Urban Development John Mutie, Director Housing Julius Mwololo, Deputy Director Survey and Geo Informatics Isaac Gitau and housing officers.

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