Low cost housing indeed! See how UHURU and his family are minting millions from poor Kenyans with their mabati houses

Friday October 12, 2018-With President Uhuru Kenyatta kin on providing low cost housing to Kenyans, details have emerged on how the President is walking the talk and doing it practically.

Sources have confirmed that Uhuru and his family own a mabati estate that rakes in millions a year in rent collections.

The 200 housing units charge from Ksh1,200 to Ksh1,450 depending on the size. That translates to over Ksh2 million a year.

The houses are built in blocks with front porches and an allowance for front yard veggie gardens. 
The interior can accommodate a small bed, a table, two seats, and cooking utensils. Each unit houses two to four tenants, meaning the estate has over 400 people.

The estate located in Kitengela, known as Kwa Uhuru is in an expansive piece of land, just a few kilometres from the town.

The rent payments are made to an agent on behalf of Kenyatta’s family according to tenants.

“Rent is Deposited to an agent account then channeled to the President’s family.”

“Rent is paid strictly before date 10 of every month,” said one of the tenants.


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