Uhuru’s land policy proposals may be a turning point in managing resources

President Kenyatta, in his speech to the nation on his second inauguration, made some far-reaching policy proposals with respect to agriculture, land ownership and land use.
Excessive subdivision of land, soil erosion and climate change undermine productivity and creates more poor people.
The thinking that subsistence farmers can be made productive must be discarded because it will never guarantee the development of an effective agribusiness model.
We now have more livestock than the available land resources can support in an environment that is perennially affected by drought.

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