President Uhuru Kenyatta’s message to married men over ‘Mpango wa Kando’
By Judith Gicobi
On Wednesday, June 22, President Uhuru Kenyatta addressed the married gentlemen on the issue of “mpango wa kando.”
The President noted that the title documents were a difficulty for some men while handing out titles deeds to Kenyans at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC).
The Head of State said that after receiving their title papers, some men abandoned their families and went in search of other women.
He advised the married men to alter their behavior and recognize that the title deed belonged to their families as much as themselves.
“Anasahi yule aliwacha nyumbani. Mali inaisha unaacha familia na watoto wakiwa masikini. Jameni wazee tubadilike tujue ya kwamba hii cheti sio yako. Ni yako na watoto wako na bibi yako,” the President added.
Title deeds should be protected, according to President Kenyatta, so that their descendants might benefit as well too.
“Inatakikana tuichunge na tuilinde ndo watoto wa watoto wenu pia wawe na kitu ambcho watakuwa wanakukumbuka kujua ya kwamba hii tuliwachiwa na baba,” Uhuru stated.
The President spoke as he commenced issuing title deeds to landowners around the country.