Kajiado deputy governor Martin Moshisho on Thursday toured Singiraine trading centre in Iloodokilani Ward and issued allotment letters to plot owners.
Moshisho, who was accompanied by a high-powered team from the county government, said he is happy that plot owners will be able to stay in peace with their land documents.
That was the first time land property owners at the trading centre were issued with allotment areas, which they can now use in sourcing for financial aid to develop them.
The DG earlier on that day commissioned the Eiti water tank in Singiraine, which he said would serve the centre and its neighbourhood.
He said the local dispensary in Singiraine will also benefit from the water project.
Thereafter, Moshisho commissioned the Singiraine Primary School fence and ECDE classrooms.
He was accompanied by the county public service board George Letema, area MCA Joseph Ole Mpaada, CECM Lands Hamilton Parseina, county assembly clerk Leboo Saisa, CO agriculture Leakey Ritei, CO Lands Douglas Konana, CO medical services Jacob Sampeke, and other leaders