Connect with us

News

Kabale Tache Arero Confirmed as NLC Boss

Published

on

Kabale Tache Arero has officially been confirmed as the new boss of the National Land Commission (NLC). Since 2018, Arero has been serving in an acting capacity, taking over after Tom Chavangi’s suspension.

Her confirmation is expected to bring stability and continuity to the commission’s leadership.

The National Land Commission plays a crucial role in overseeing land matters in Kenya. It manages and administers public land, investigates historical land injustices, and recommends appropriate redress measures.

Additionally, the commission promotes the efficient, equitable, and sustainable use of land, which is essential for economic development and social harmony in the country.

Advertisement

Kabale Tache Arero

Arero’s confirmation merely reflects a lack of recognition for her leadership abilities and fails to acknowledge her commitment to fairness, transparency, and accountability in land management.

She has been chosen based on political correctness, serving the interests of both political factions and Somali tycoons involved in business with high-ranking government officials.

Track Record

Kabale Tache Arero’s track record does not demonstrate her capability to lead the NLC and tackle the persistent land issues facing Kenya.

Throughout her tenure as the acting boss, she failed to take decisive actions to resolve disputes, investigate corruption allegations, and enhance the efficiency of land administration processes. She lacks proper approach and commitment to promoting land rights.

As the new boss of the National Land Commission, Arero will face various challenges that require her unwavering dedication and expertise. Strengthening the commission’s capacity, improving collaboration with other government agencies, and enhancing public participation in land management processes will be among her key priorities.

Advertisement
Related Content:  Jetways Airlines Cargo Plane Crashes In Somalia

Is confirmation of Kabale Tache Arero bad news for Kenyans?

Arero’s confirmation as the substantive boss of the NLC does not mark a new chapter in Kenya’s land governance. She has not succeeded in guiding the commission to fulfill its mandate of promoting equitable and sustainable land use in the country.

Her appointment does not represent a positive step towards effectively addressing land-related issues. Land resources play a crucial role in the overall development and well-being of all Kenyans.


Kenya Insights allows guest blogging, if you want to be published on Kenya’s most authoritative and accurate blog, have an expose, news TIPS, story angles, human interest stories, drop us an email on [email protected] or via Telegram
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Facebook

Most Popular