The Gov’t Has 228 Low-Cost Houses To Give Out In Ngara, The Problem Is 300,000 Kenyans Want Them

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The government has 228 low-cost housing units in Ngara that are to be distributed to deserving Kenyans.

The problem is that more than 300,000 desperate Kenyans want them.

Housing and Urban Development Principal Secretary Charles Hinga said allocation will be done based on gender equity and diversity.

Mr Hinga said information on the planned sale that will also consider marginalised and vulnerable groups is available on their online portals, and

“The government will be allocating the completed houses in Park road, Ngara. The allocation process of these houses is done in accordance with the Constitution,”

He said in a notice.

The units put up by China State Construction Engineering are part of 1,370 housing units currently under construction at the 7.9-acre parcel formerly owned by the government where 48 standalone bungalows constructed during the colonial period stood.

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