Meanwhile, the historical injustices line employed in 2007 campaigns and PEV that followed may end up harming the interests of the same parties that used the line.
British nationals and companies that still hold the largest tracks of land in Kenya may see their leases evaporate into thin air. Meanwhile their horse Agwambo will keep his Opoda farm, Koru farms, and others.
It is in Britain's interest to contain hunger for land in Kenya and desist from using land related political strategies.
The land commission is to spend Sh88 billion in land reforms.
In the five-year plan, the National Land Commission seeks to have all foreigners surrender their leases of more than 99 years.
Under the reforms, they will then be issued with fresh leases of 99 years. Also targeted is irregularly allocated land.
Many of the leases were issued between 1900 and 1920, said Mercy Njamwea, the commission’s land administration and management director.http://www.nation.co.ke/news/-plan-to-t ... index.html