Basing on her past good leadership and performance , Cecilia Wangari ,55, had vowed to lead with openess, integrity and at the same time vowed to eradicate graft in the county.
Her reign comes at a time where the Capital city has been experiencing increased cases of land grabbing over the past years and according to her this needs to change .
In the past years there has been serious allegations of Officers at the Planning and Housing Department who work in cahoots with the land cartels in order to acquire land fraudulently or get favoritism to blatantly contravene standard building plans or regulations.
According our insider, Cecilia Wangari Koigu 55 has served diligently for over 32 years as a director for survey and has optimistically pledged to restore sanity in the department by weeding out land cartels.
” He grew from a graduate surveyor and he was nominated for this new office and her position approved by the county assembly for a renewable five-year contract as the Chief Officer of lands in the County,” said city lawyer Moses Mukanda.
Mukanda said that Wangari will perform and she is not a push over by cartels
While speaking after assuming the office, Ms Cecilia says she has acted for many years and is proud to say that she has effectively delivered to her mandate as the director for survey in the County.
“I am emphatic that I will effectively deliver on my mandate with the support of the House committee and officers in the department I am now heading. I have changed lives of Nairobians by issuing over 15,000 title deeds to low income earners,” she stated.
She added that she believes in teamwork and follow up, and that with the help of the MCAs she would be able to deal with land cartels in the City.
“I will employ the open door policy to ensure the department serves residents efficiently and ease of acquiring title deeds,” she alluded.