The Government is next week set to start acquisition of close to half a million acres of land for the construction of different infrastructure projects for the Lamu Port South Sudan-Ethiopia Transport (Lapsset) Corridor. The land will cut across six counties in the north and north eastern regions. The National Land Commission (NLC) Friday said it would embark on the process of acquiring 197,200 hectares (487,000 acres) of land for the different projects along the corridor. Read more at: Read original article here
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