- The inquiry comes at a time of heightened land conflicts across the country. Whether it will provide the necessary answers remains to be seen.
- Red flags ahead: The emergence of politically and financially connected groups and individuals with the means to buy land, contests between herders and cultivators, areas seen as having lower population numbers versus those seeking new areas to settle. The team will also deal with speculative buyers, well connected elites with access to money and information about planned infrastructure projects in order to demand compensation.
- The Commission has been given six months to carry out its inquiry and make recommendations.