PUBLIC URGED TO REPORT CORRUPT LANDS OFFICERS
The Ministry of Lands, Housing and Survey has urged the general public to report any of its officers who may have engaged or linked to any corrupt land related practices in the Ministry.
The Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Mr Stanley Waleanisia says these include but not limited to requests for additional cash payments to facilitate land transactions.
Others include ‘fundraising’ activities such as offers of actual or bogus land titles or land said to be available through forfeiture of Estates, and the supply of any forged or falsely backdated documents.
The Ministry advises the public, all submitted information to the Ministry will be treated with strict confidentiality.