President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned residents of Rabai in Kilifi against selling their land to sustain a life of pleasure.
Speaking on Thursday as he handed out 2169 title deeds, President Uhuru asked the residents to restrain themselves from interacting with land buyers who would flood the area.
"Will you use the title deed to improve your life or will you sell to the buyers who are waiting, because they are waiting," President Kenyatta posed.
Some of the recipients of the title deeds in Rabai/ State House Twitter
The Head of State urged the residents of Rabai to use the title deeds as assets which they could use to access funds from financial institutions.
"Afadhali ujijengee mahali kwa kuishi badala ya kuenda kutafuta raha na pesa za kuuza shamba yako kwa sababu raha itaisha," he said.
He went on to say that the land could become an heirloom that the people at the coast could pass over to their children.
President Uhuru Kenyatta handed out 50 title deeds with an overall 2169 land ownership documents handed out to the people of Rabai.
The Head of State was accompanied by Interior Ministry CS Fred Matiang'i, lands CS Farida Karoney, and Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi during the event.