[a]. Through purchase
one can own land through a direct purchase from the registered owner of the land.
[b]. Though continued possession.
You can own land if you’ve continuously settled in someone elses land for more than 12 years without interference from the real owner.
One becomes the owner of a property by inheriting from the deceased, to whom one is the next of kin or a beneficiary.
The government may at some point allocate public land to members of the public in permanent or temporary terms.
[e]. Compulsory acquisition of land.
This happens when the government compulsorily acquires land from her citizens for developments such as road expansions etc. The government however compensates those affected.
[f]. Settlement schemes by the government.
The government may chose to allocate land to people affected by natural disasters and epidemics