Uhuru Kenyatta Cautions Kilifi Men against Using Title Deeds to Marry More Wives, Buy Suits

President Uhuru Kenyatta spoke at Kasidi Primary School in Rabai on Thursday, July 22, where he presided over the issuance of 2,169 title deeds to area residents

Uhuru Kenyatta Cautions Kilifi Men against Using Title Deeds to Marry More Wives, Buy Suits

– President Uhuru Kenyatta spoke at Kasidi Primary School in Rabai on Thursday, July 22, where he presided over the issuance of 2,169 title deeds to area residents

– The president was accompanied by Cabinet Secretaries Fred Matiang’i (Interior) and Farida Karoney (Lands)

– The head of state landed in the coastal region on Tuesday, July 21, and is expected to commission his legacy projects

President Uhuru Kenyatta has cautioned men in Kilifi county

against using title deeds to marry more wives and living lavish

lives instead of empowering their families.

President Uhuru Kenyatta (c) has cautioned men in Kilifi

against using title deeds to marry more wives. 

Uhuru issues 2,169 title deeds in Kilifi

Uhuru spoke at Kasidi Primary School in Rabai on Thursday,

July 22, where he presided over the issuance of 2,169 title

deeds to area residents.

''If you take good care of these title deeds, then they will

translate to good money that will support all the

beneficiaries to improve their lives. So kindly don't sell

them because I know there are already some people out

there waiting to buy your parcels of land,'' Uhuru said.

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The president was accompanied by Cabinet Secretaries Fred

Matiang’i (Interior) and Farida Karoney (Lands), was received

by area Governor Amason Jeffah Kingi and several coast

leaders.

''Kindly take their money and give them your land at your

own risk because at the end you will only buy new suits,

new dresses for your spouses, new shoes for your children,

throw parties for your friends to celebrate your

achievements and within no time you will be back to square

one,'' Uhuru explained.

Those who sell title deeds will have nothing to smile about

According to the head of state, those who risk selling their

parcels of land will have nothing left by the end of the year.

''If you don't take care of the title deeds by selling your

land, then expect to have nothing left on you by December.

Expect to relocate from your homes and become squatters

elsewhere,'' Uhuru cautioned.

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Use title deeds to empower your lives economically

He encouraged the beneficiaries to use their parcels of land

to improve their lives.

''All I am saying is that you can take that title deed to the

bank and borrow a loan then get some money to construct

a new house. It is better to construct a house somewhere

and live instead of using the same money to seek

pleasure,'' said the head of state.

At the same time, Uhuru, who is on the second day of his

coastal tour , said that his administration had embarked on a

path that will restore dignity and fight poverty among

residents of the coastal region and Kenya.

''My plea to you is that you take good care of the title

deeds. I also want to ask women to be watchful where their

husbands keep these documents. If you don't do that, then

expect your husbands to use it to marry more wives,''

Uhuru said.

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The head of state landed in the coastal region on Tuesday,

July 21 and is expected to commission his legacy projects.


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