Purpose: This paper examined the challenges that have arisen in the attempt at digitalizing land administration system in Nigeria using Kaduna State as case study.

Design/Method/Approach: A list of challenges and solutions associated with the digitalization of land administration systems was drawn into a structured questionnaire and administered on officials of land administration and other relevant stakeholders. The questionnaire items are presented in a 5-point Likert scale format. Retrieved questionnaires are analyzed with SPSS Package Version 21 and the results presented in tables using the descriptive frequencies, percentages, and mean ranking.

Findings: This study identified a poor power infrastructure, low internet connectivity, and paucity of trained personnel as the main challenges in the digitalization of land administration system and proffer training and motivation of personnel to overcome these challenges.

Research Limitations: The samples taken are small as compared to the size of the country as well as the percentage of the population. Thus, the study is limited only to some state in the northern part of the country.

Practical Implications: A sound land administration system is strategic to the economic development of any nation. Ordinarily, digitalization not only aids rapid decision making on land matters but helps unlock the economic capital locked in untitled landed assets.

Originality: This study contributes to the increasing body of research on challenges faced in digitalization of land administration system in Nigeria.