Jubilee development: first phase of housing project is ready

Doc Oga

Village Elder
Housing projects saa ngapi ikiwa hapa lucky summer barabara inatengenezwa polisi wakiwa on guard juu that chieth Mp has been mobilising dim eyed youth to stop ongoing construction.

Hii yote ni sababu a good road/infrastructure leads to increase in rents na dim eyes wako hapo hawataweza(Truth be told) so MP atapotesa kura mingi na anafanya juu chini kuhakikisha kitunguu pande yake haitaungua cum 2022.

Most of our leaders are of that Calibre those who want Wanjiku to remain poor.


Village Sponsor
Rwanda's version of the American projects. Nice
Ogopa sana ukiskia highrise + low cost zikitajwa pamoja.
Poor people wakikataa kutoa pesa ya service charge au management company iki piga corners...... broken down pumps/ leaking water tanks means no water, bulbs in the common areas zinaibiwa as soon as zimewekwa, service for lifts onge.
Hizi za Rwanda si mbaya, low enough to not need a lift, low enough utanyanyua mtungi ya maji up the stairs if need be, common areas are open hata wakiiba bulbs mtaona bado


Let's give Rwanda our leaders and we take their leaders.
According to one of the engineers at the site, a two-bedroom house is valued at over Rwf25 million (Kshs 2,814,775.25), while a single bedroom house is valued at Rwf19 million (Kshs 2,139,229.19) – all provided to beneficiaries free of charge.


Village Elder
Large majorities of Kenyans believe that corruption is worsening and that the government is failing to halt the upsurge, a global graft-fighting organisation reported on Thursday.
Two-thirds of Kenyans polled by Transparency International perceive corruption as having increased in the previous 12 months, while an even larger share — 71 percent — say the government is not responding adequately to this spreading scourge.
Growing numbers of Kenyans who use public services complain that they have to pay bribes, Transparency International found in the new Africa edition of its Global Corruption Barometer.
The Berlin-based NGO said that 45 percent of surveyed Kenyans reported incidents of bribery in the previous 12 months, compared to 37 percent in 2015.
Kenyan police were cited as the leading recipients of bribes, with increasing percentages of citizens saying they also had to make illicit payoffs to public schools, utilities and public clinics.