Coast leaders Threaten to disrupt the activities of land Documents

The county of Mombasa Leaders have threatened to divide the controversial  title deeds which were promised to be given to residents by the president Uhuru Kenyatta. They said they should be involved fully.Talking in briefing with journalists in the hall of the office of the governor of Mombasa, Hon. Ali Hassan Joho, the neighborhood of Mombasa, officials complained they were being neglected in a great deal to offer the certificate for 60,000 squatters in Coast.
The crisis erupted with President Kenyatta who was expected to arrive on Wednesday(today) to tour the island with many activities which include the official opening of the international exhibition of agricultural ASK Mombasa in 2013.
These officials included Governor Joho and his deputy Ms Hazel Katana, members of Mvita, Sauni, Nyali, Jomvu and Changamwe counties including ministers claimed that the exercise was never straight since they were not involved.
"We will only read from the media that President Kenyatta render farms owning about 60,000 documents here in Coast. We do not have any specific information to the government widens. We ve gone to different offices to get the information and they also do not have any information, "he claimed Mvita MP Abdulsamad  Nassir (Mvita).
Kisauni MP, Mr Rashid Bedzimba, said the case will not be included fully, "we will arrange a meeting at the president's side and he shall give them to the people we talk to them and tell us this is just politics," he said.
He claimed that the program is apparently political action to pull Coast back in the Jubilee Wing "after the rapture Coast seats and wing cord at the last general election," said the member.

Officials said the counties of Mombasa which "has thousands of squatters," is scheduled to get only 3407 certification will benefit while not known.
"We wish that the names of those who received those documents be published and advertised publicly to tuwajue and know what to do," said Mr Bedzimba.
Mr Nassir said in the past, there are people from areas outside the coastal region were given plots on the part of those who need a home with more land being left out.
However, officials said they support the government's plan to finish the squatters who are rampant for centuries in the Coast but said the method used to document "is a source of suspicion and anxiety".
"We ask a lot of questions how the program was brought. The time has come when people wake up only to be told the president is coming and they clapped their hands. Now county officials must be fully involved, "said Mr Nassir.
MPs who were present are Mr. Bendzimba (Sauni), Mw Badi Talib (Jomvu), Mr Hezron Awiti Jobojobo Bollo (Nyali), Omar Mwinyi (Changamwe) and Nassir (Mvita). Likoni MP Masoud Mwahima teacher was absent.
Mr Joho and his deputy Katana did not speak anything.
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