The Ministry of Lands has opened its door to serve Kenyans but not all services will be provided.
As a matter of fact, only four services will be provided across all offices in the country.
The services that will be rendered include registration of bank discharges, registration of bank charges, registration of court orders and verification of sureties.
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In March, the ministry through CS Faridah Karoney announced an immediate closure of all its offices across the country.
The notice indicated that the services will be unavailable for the next 28 days due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Anyone in need of their services was directed to the customer care desk as part of measures meant to protect its employees and the public.
The Lands CS promised to review the measures time after time as she apologized for any inconvenience caused.
On Wednesday services at the Port of Mombasa were limited to loading and offloading.
The raft of measures were announced by Transport CS James Macharia from Afya House.
In addition to that, the number of employees were drastically reduced from 6,400 to 4,000 only.
This after the Ministry of Health noted an increased number of new coronavirus cases being reported from the Port of Mombasa.