“Many land owners are holding their plot numbers without registering it in the main ministry files and if that land is given to another people because there is no person registered in that number, it gives us a lot of problems,” he said.
Dak stressed that those who did not registered their names must act fast to register so that the ministry will be able to know the exact land owner.
He also said that ministry staff are being harassed by the community who claimed to occupy large pieces of land while the rest are homeless.
He urged those who have land problems to visit the ministry before quarrelling with those they have land conflicts with.
Land in Unity State is expensive and is mainly occupied by those who are able to pay the fees but it is hard for the ordinary citizens who have no job to afford.