President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Tuesday presided over the launch of Ardhisasa system from the Ministry of Lands.
The new National Land Information Management System (NLIMS) is expected to secure land records, speed up transactions and curb fraud in the docket.
“President Uhuru Kenyatta arrives at the National Geospatial Data Centre in Nairobi County to preside over the official launch of the National Land Information Management System (NLIMS).
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The new system dubbed ‘Ardhisasa’, is a digital land resource management platform designed to enhance the security of land records, speed up land transactions and curb fraud.” Said State House.
The new digital is reported to have been designed by young Kenyan techies in a span of three years, an arrangement championed by President Uhuru himself.
“Ardhisasa was developed locally by a team of young Kenyan techies over a three-year period in a multi-agency Goverment arrangement championed by President Kenyatta.” Said State House