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Why dustbowl is the future
amorphous
#621 Posted : Tuesday, August 25, 2020 7:01:09 AM
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Sufficiently Philanga....thropic wrote:
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Message to Kenyans in diaspora...come home! Those beberu countries are not ours and never will be! Rudi nyumbani. You will never regret it. And as soon as you land, if you are smart and want a secure long term future, make a beeline DIRECT NON-STOP to DC is the future, sahau hizo mahala zingine.Ukizubaa zubaa you will find yourself still stuck there 30 years down the line living in a cramped wooden apartment with Bonqueesha and Jayquan as your neighbours.


True Amorphous, a friend of mine brought a few acres in Kimana, Kajiado 10 years ago and was very shocked when his new next door neighbour(bought last week) told him he has bought his property at 20 times the price he(my friend) paid for 10 years ago.


Affirmative. Nothing more to add to this truth, except that the superboom in DC is not even half started yet. Those who chelewa chelewa in courting DC property/land watapata mwana si wao and will be forced to gnash teeth bitterly when they see that they sat out of the boom when they were told for years to have an investment presence in DC ASAP while prices are STILL reasonable or be square smile
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amorphous
#622 Posted : Monday, August 31, 2020 7:50:13 AM
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DC not the future? Everybody and their mama are moving here. To Jewel in the Crown - Kenya's fastest developing town - especially smile



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Boss moves! Willy Paul reveals plans of building giant mega-mansion on his 10 acres of land (Video)
July 13, 2020 at 14:45
Willy Paul pours his heart out in 'Magnetic'



Willy Paul is the latest guest to be featured on Jalang’os YouTube show; and just like the rest Willy Paul did not come to fake but show the real him!

First and foremost Pozee started by telling off haters and as we know him – he barely cares what fans think of him. So far he is the only artist we can is say is equally loved and hated at the same time.

Apart from this, Willy Paul has been making boss moves on the low and thanks to Jalang’o; we now understand that the 27 year old is the owner of a 10 acre piece of land in Kitengela.

On the interview Pozee revealed that his land will be used to build a his modern home where he will probably retire after his music career. This piece of land apparently is right next to where Khaligraph will soon be setting his home with Georgina in the near future.

Speaking about this, Jalang’o went on to explain why Khali and Pozee are ‘neighbors’.

They are neighbors in this sense; both OG and Willy Paul have bought themselves 10 acres each where they are putting up palatial homes pamoja pale.


http://www.ghafla.com/ke...10-acres-of-land-video/

The boom in Jewel in the Crown has not even gotten started, folks.

Jana as I sat outside Tuskys Chap Chap I marveled at the number of middle class mtejas rolling in shwaaaa every two minutes in their high powered vehicles. Na tusupuus pia jameni. Did not know DC had so many young homeowner supuus Drool I've definitely seen a BIG CHANGE in terms of migration patterns into Jewel in the Crown. So many have fled Nai core and moved hapa to follow the tried and true path of buy and build. Applause Applause Applause



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amorphous
#623 Posted : Tuesday, September 01, 2020 3:25:50 AM
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#624 Posted : Tuesday, September 01, 2020 9:31:28 PM
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What do you think of oloitoktok? It's quite far but one can buy several acres stoll
amorphous
#625 Posted : Wednesday, September 02, 2020 3:54:59 AM
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What do you think of oloitoktok? It's quite far but one can buy several acres stoll


DC is DC! Oloitoktok, Bissil, Ngataetek, Kajiado town, Ngong, Rongai, Suswa and of course Jewel in the Crown. DC is DC! You cannot go wrong investing anywhere in it except the most remotest of remote areas like atop the Tinga Hills or something.
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amorphous
#626 Posted : Wednesday, September 02, 2020 3:59:34 AM
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Ten mega infrastructure projects in Africa


By 2050, Africa’s population could balloon to 2.4 billion people according to United Nations estimates. However, the average age of that population will be much lower than the rest of the world. This is called the “youth bulge”. It means Africa has the opportunity to benefit from a massive and dynamic workforce eager to build a new future. Nations are investing in various mega-projects hoping to support this growth sustainably. Here are some ambitious projects currently in development:

1. Lagos-Calabar Railway

Set to cost $11 billion (Sh1.2 trillion), the 1,400-kilometres long Lagos-Calabar railway is being hailed as one of Africa’s most ambitious projects.

The rail project will link Lagos in the west to Calabar in the east while connecting the cities of Port Harcourt, Uyo, and Aba along the way.

Once complete, it will enhance the movement of goods and services across the region. The Lagos – Calabar Coastal Railway Project Will Run Through Calabar – Uyo – Aba – Port Harcourt – Yenogua – Otuoke – Ughelli – Warri – Sapele – Benin – Ore – Ijebu-Ode – Lagos targets to cover all seaports along those routes soon.

The railway project is run by the China Civil Engineering Construction Company.

2. Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam

In the Benishangul-Gumuz region of Ethiopia, this $4.8 billion (Sh480 billion) project has been in the works since 2011 and is scheduled for completion in the mid-2020s.

It will then take another five to 15 years for the reservoir to fill with water. But once fully activated, the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam will generate 6,450 MW of power for Ethiopia and neighboring countries, and will also be recognized as the largest hydroelectric power plant in Africa, as well as the seventh largest in the world.

The primary purpose of the dam is electricity production to relieve Ethiopia’s acute energy shortage and for electricity export to neighbouring countries.

3. TuNur solar park

Leading the way into the future, TuNur is building a massive, 4.5GW solar energy park in Tunisia, over an area three times the size of Manhattan, New York.

By absorbing the energy directly from the Saharan sunshine, this project will then export electricity to Malta, Italy and France using submarine cables, powering up to two million European homes.

TuNur solar project in Tunisia is a joint venture between Nur Energy, a solar plant developer based in the UK, and a group of Maltese and Tunisian investors in the oil and gas sector.

This project in particular involves massive land grabs (10,000 hectares) as well as extensive water usage to clean and cool the panels in arid and semi-arid regions to export energy to the UK and Europe.

4. Mambilla hydroelectric power project

As Nigeria aspire to boost its energy production to match the needs of its booming economy and increasing population, the government has finally invested to make the mega Mambilla Hydroelectric Power Project a reality.

Over three decades in planning, this $5.8 billion (Sh580 billion) project will connect to three dams across the Donga River in Taraba State, eventually generating a total installed capacity of 3,050MW of electricity.

Nigeria’s Federal Ministry of Power, Construction and Housing, with the help of Chinese investments, is undertaking the project.

Expected to commence operation in 2030, Mambilla will be Nigeria’s biggest power plant, producing approximately 4.7 billion kWh of electricity a year.

5. Suez Canal Expansion

Since 2014, the expansion of the Suez Canal has been underway to add 22 miles to the Suez Canal in a new shipping lane beside the original 102-mile canal. Once completed by 2023, this expansion is expected to double annual revenue with the room for added ships.

The project involved building a new city (new Ismailia city), an industrial zone, fish farms, completing the technology valley, building seven new tunnels between Sinai and Ismailia and Port Said, improving five existing ports, and digging a new canal parallel to the Suez Canal.

The new canal has increased the canal capacity by allowing ships to sail in both directions at the same time for a greater proportion of the canal.

The project transformed the canal cities into an important trading centre globally.

It also built new centres on the Suez Canal for logistic and ship services. The project’s authority said that the revenues of the canal would increase from 5 billion dollars (Sh500 billion) to 12.5 billion dollars (Sh1.3 trillion) annually.

6. Mombasa–Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway

Kenya is investing Sh326 billion to set up a 969-kilometre standard gauge railway from Mombasa to Malaba.

This project is vital because only 5 per cent of the country’s shipping is currently done using freight, but once complete, this new railway will help to push that figure up to 40 per cent by 2025.
SGR workers on site. Photo/File

This new line will also cut travel time between the country’s two most important cities down to 4.5 hours, instead of nine hours by bus.

So far, the rail line from Mombasa has reached Naivasha.

7. Ambitious Grand Inga Dam

This project has been in the works since the 1950s and continues to find difficulties from financiers for the ambitious $100 billion (Sh1.08trillion) required to make it a reality.

However, once complete, the Grand Inga Dam could one day become the world’s largest hydroelectric dam, tapping into the mighty Congo River to generate an average output of 39,000 MW annually, twice as much as China’s Three Gorges Dam.

It is anticipated to support a series of hydroelectric power stations, each with generation capacity ranging from 4,000 to 8,000 megawatts for a total of 40,000 megawatts for the whole complex.

Inga III Power Station with capacity of 4,800 megawatts would be the first power station in the series, to be constructed.

8. Bagamoyo Port

Through collaboration between Tanzania, China and Oman, the ambitious Bagamoyo Port is being developed in Tanzania, along with 190 industries built in a 1,700-hectare special economic zone adjacent to the port.

With an initial investment of $11 billion (Sh1.2 trillion), this mega project is designed to become Africa’s largest port, capable of handling 20 million containers per year once it’s fully completed by 2045.

Without doubt, this project will position Tanzania as a regional economic powerhouse.

Set to be the largest government infrastructure project in the country, the project and its affiliate industrial zone is meant to address congestion at the old port with a leading shipping and logistics centre.

9. Konza Technology City


Kenya’s first smart city and one that is being purpose-built to attract technology workers and investors is already underway as the country banks on setting up the “African Silicon Savanna”.

With a budget of $14.5 billion (Sh146 billion), and located 64 km south of the capital Nairobi, Konza will work to diversify Kenya’s economic growth by establishing districts for business process outsourcing, disaster recovery centres, call centres, software development, data centres, light manufacturing industries, and research institutions.

Once complete and operational, Konza will create 17,000 direct, high-value jobs, along with 68,000 indirect jobs by 2030.

The Konza Technopolis will be a business process outsourcing (BPO) project that is being marketed by the Kenyan government through Kenya ICT Board.

10. Lekki Deep Seaport

In the Ibeju-Lekki axis of Lagos State, one of Western Africa’s largest infrastructure projects is being planned.

The Lekki Deep Seaport is a $1.2 billion (Sh12 billion) venture that is due for completion in 2021.

A multi-purpose, deep sea port at the heart of the Lagos Free Trade Zone, Lekki Deep Sea Port will be one of the most modern ports in West Africa, offering enormous support to the burgeoning commercial operation across Nigeria and the entire West African region.

Louis Berger, one of the largest multi-disciplinary infrastructure-consulting firms in the world, is the project management consultant on the multi-billion shilling Lekki Deep Sea Port Project.


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2. Konza Smart City -yet another gamechanger not just for Kenya but for Africa - is, for all intents and purposes, in dustbowl


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1. SGR - the game changer - Did you know that dustbowl will have a whopping 4 SGR passenger stations? This is by far the highest number of stations in any single county. Let me explain how. Ngong and Rongai will be the two main ones. Athi River station, while technically in Machakos, virtually borders Kitengela town, the dustbowl jewel in the crown (in fact IMHO they should have renamed it Kitengela station as the bulk of the traffic will be destined there), so it might as well be a dustbowl station. Emali straddles Both Makueni and dustbowl county so it is "ours" as well.
source: https://www.pd.co.ke/lif...jOp0nhmsboC8jhA77gBwY9k


Of the two top ten largest and most ambitious projects in the whole of Africa, two of them are DC-heavy. Any wonder why I say DC is the future? Drool
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tinker
#627 Posted : Thursday, September 03, 2020 10:02:49 AM
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Works in below 6 link roads are on-going, I took a development inspection tour last weekend on all listed link roads and verified the work is being done.
"The first section of the road starts from Ongata Rongai-Gataka and ends at Embulbul along Ngong Road.

The second link starts at Co-operative College in Karen and ends at Matasia along Ngong-Kiserian Road.

The third loop starts at Matasia along Ngong Kiserian road and ends at Nkoroi along Ongata-Rongai Kiserian road.

The fourth link starts at Ongata Rongai (Maasai Lodge junction) through Nazarene University and ends at Rimpa along Ongata Rongai Kiserian Road.

The fifth stretch begins along Kiserian Magadi road through Leweisa Academy and ends at Kahara market.

The final stretch starts at the junction of Gataka road and ends along Ongata Rongai — Kiserian road.

According to a contract document signed between KeRRA and the Chinese firm, works on the project will include improvement to bitumen standard of spur road within Ongata Rongai, Kiserian and Ngong towns."


If you factor in the newly completed Ngong-Kiserian-Isinya road, and possible
dualling of Bomas-Rongai-Kiserian road and the 2 SGR stations (Ngong & Ronga) then Rongai residents will no longer be 'Diaspora' but the future.
I can authoritatively confirm Ngong-OngataRongai-Kiserian triangle is the new "Jewel in the crown" in DC.


I was particularly impressed by the ongoing constructions of the bridge linking Karen (Co-operative College) to Nkoroi/Matasia route.

https://nation.africa/ke...rojects-in-county-132272
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amorphous
#628 Posted : Thursday, September 03, 2020 7:03:44 PM
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tinker wrote:
Works in below 6 link roads are on-going, I took a development inspection tour last weekend on all listed link roads and verified the work is being done.
"The first section of the road starts from Ongata Rongai-Gataka and ends at Embulbul along Ngong Road.

The second link starts at Co-operative College in Karen and ends at Matasia along Ngong-Kiserian Road.

The third loop starts at Matasia along Ngong Kiserian road and ends at Nkoroi along Ongata-Rongai Kiserian road.

The fourth link starts at Ongata Rongai (Maasai Lodge junction) through Nazarene University and ends at Rimpa along Ongata Rongai Kiserian Road.

The fifth stretch begins along Kiserian Magadi road through Leweisa Academy and ends at Kahara market.

The final stretch starts at the junction of Gataka road and ends along Ongata Rongai — Kiserian road.

According to a contract document signed between KeRRA and the Chinese firm, works on the project will include improvement to bitumen standard of spur road within Ongata Rongai, Kiserian and Ngong towns."


If you factor in the newly completed Ngong-Kiserian-Isinya road, and possible
dualling of Bomas-Rongai-Kiserian road and the 2 SGR stations (Ngong & Ronga) then Rongai residents will no longer be 'Diaspora' but the future.
I can authoritatively confirm Ngong-OngataRongai-Kiserian triangle is the new "Jewel in the crown" in DC.



I was particularly impressed by the ongoing constructions of the bridge linking Karen (Co-operative College) to Nkoroi/Matasia route.

https://nation.africa/ke...ojects-in-county-132272


I like the way you put it (above) Laughing out loudly
Kudos and more development for that DC triangle as well Applause Applause Applause Applause
Nimeinvest hapo pia so I am very happy when all corners of DC boom as well. The better for all of us!
As for Jewel in the Crown, hiyo title ni yetu na yetu peke yetuLaughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly Laughing out loudly
Kitengela is like a fine wine. It just keeps getting better with time. But there is nothing wrong with some good ol' intra-DC friendly compe smile






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amorphous
#629 Posted : Monday, September 07, 2020 10:23:04 AM
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Corporates always follow the money smile
In fact a nice way to invest is to piggyback on wherever the corporates are venturing to because before they make such strategic decisions to invest, wamefanya research juu chini on who their clientele will be.
And of course Jewel in the Crown was covered by Glovo kitaaaambo for obvious reasons.
https://www.the-star.co....-ngong-as-demand-grows/

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Glovo expands to Rongai, Ngong as demand grows

•It currently has a presence in Nairobi, Kitengela, Nakuru and Mombasa.


Glovo General Manager for Kenya Priscilla Muhiu/COURTESY

Glovo will this week expand its services to Ongata Rongai and Ngong areas in its latest bid to increase its footprint in the country, amid growing demand for home and office deliveries.

This, as the newly appointed General Manager for Kenya, Priscilla Muhiu, rolls up her sleeves to drive the growth of the on-demand delivery start-up, which has played a key role in serving households, offices, and institutions during the current Covid-19 pandemic.

Muhiu was appointed GM last Tuesday, taking over from William Benthall, who now heads Glovo Sub-Saharan Africa business as the General Manager.

In an interview with the Star on Friday, Muhiu said business expansion and widening of deliverables are among her priorities at the helm of the company which launched in Kenya in December 2018.

It currently has a presence in Nairobi, Kitengela, Nakuru, and Mombasa where it has partnered with retail stores, food chains and individual businesses to deliver customer orders.

The firm is also targeting Kisumu and Eldoret by end of this year, Muhiu said, with growth being driven by demand which during the pandemic, the firm has increased partner stores and businesses to above 3,000, offering a wide range of products.

These include food, groceries, drinks, clothing, courier services among others.

“Anything legal can be delivered. We are going to combine Rongai and Ngong in our expansion. We are expanding to where our customers and partners are,” Muhiu said.

The country has witnessed growing competition among tech-based delivery businesses, accelerated by the pandemic, which has changed shopping patterns as thousands work from home to minimise the spread of the virus.
Glovo reports rise in deliveries and cashless payments in Kenya during Covid-19
Delivery firm, Glovo, has reported an increase in deliveries and cashless payments on its platform since the onset of Covid-19 in Kenya.

According to Muhiu, the growing delivery space has created an opportunity for more brands to become visible online, unlike traditional shopping trends where customers pick the exact brands they want from the stores.


“People were skeptical about online shopping but this is changing. We expect online shopping to continue growing. Companies that don't evolve may suffer,” Muhiu said.

The firm which delivers almost everything has partnered with wholesalers to serve individuals and businesses that need wholesale services.

“We are looking at everyone in the market and ready to serve them,” Muhiu said.

During this pandemic period, Glovo has seen grocery orders in Kenya rise by more than 30 per cent, with a 25 per cent increase in the sale of cleaning agents and hygiene products.

Muhiu is expected to help the multi-category platform increase its market share in the wake of the growing competition by other players.

Prior to her appointment, she was the Africa marketing head for Glovo, where she led the team that successfully launched the Glovo brand in Kenya and Côte d'Ivoire.

Her previous experience includes working with tech companies such as Sendy and OLX.

She has 13 years in business development and marketing — nine of which have been spent working specifically with tech companies.

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#630 Posted : Tuesday, September 08, 2020 12:10:05 PM
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How many of you can dance like this? Drool



Naivas Kitengela Mall. #DCisTheFuture
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#631 Posted : Friday, September 11, 2020 6:18:07 PM
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Pardon my ignorance smile .
Is there a Lands Office in Ngong or Ongata Rongai that will facilitate the payment of land rates for plots on Kiserian? Or does one have to go to Kajiado County Headquarters?
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#632 Posted : Saturday, September 12, 2020 12:44:16 PM
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Pardon my ignorance smile .
Is there a Lands Office in Ngong or Ongata Rongai that will facilitate the payment of land rates for plots on Kiserian? Or does one have to go to Kajiado County Headquarters?



Ngong Registry very quick and efficient compared to Kajiado town. Not sure if they accept payments for Kiserian though. I should assume so since Kiserian (and Rongai) should be part of the greater Ngong municipality.
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#633 Posted : Saturday, September 12, 2020 7:15:57 PM
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Ngong Registry very quick and efficient compared to Kajiado town. Not sure if they accept payments for Kiserian though. I should assume so since Kiserian (and Rongai) should be part of the greater Ngong municipality.


Asante sana, this would be much more efficient.
Where is the registry located in Ngong'? At the Law Courts? I cannot seem to find any contact/location info online.
Thanks again.
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#634 Posted : Sunday, September 13, 2020 7:47:13 PM
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earthvoice wrote:
amorphous wrote:
Ngong Registry very quick and efficient compared to Kajiado town. Not sure if they accept payments for Kiserian though. I should assume so since Kiserian (and Rongai) should be part of the greater Ngong municipality.


Asante sana, this would be much more efficient.
Where is the registry located in Ngong'? At the Law Courts? I cannot seem to find any contact/location info online.
Thanks again.



Ngong Registry is next to former DCs Offices.
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#635 Posted : Sunday, September 13, 2020 7:48:38 PM
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earthvoice wrote:
amorphous wrote:
Ngong Registry very quick and efficient compared to Kajiado town. Not sure if they accept payments for Kiserian though. I should assume so since Kiserian (and Rongai) should be part of the greater Ngong municipality.


Asante sana, this would be much more efficient.
Where is the registry located in Ngong'? At the Law Courts? I cannot seem to find any contact/location info online.
Thanks again.


At the Kajiado North Dep County Commissioners offices opposite the Ngong Police Station before you get to the Law Courts, if I am not mistaken. You cannot miss it. Even if you do, asking around while in the area will get you there. All those offices are a short walk between each other.
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#636 Posted : Sunday, September 13, 2020 7:50:14 PM
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Even the DP knows that DC is the future Drool

Ruto takes Jewel in the Crown by Storm, makes it ground Zero of his DC push


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amorphous wrote:
Even the DP knows that DC is the future Drool

Ruto takes Jewel in the Crown by Storm, makes it ground Zero of his DC push




Na mbona anaishi Karen? So ahamie DC pia
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Vipi Sparkles. I see you could not resist coming out of hibernation to drop a ka peni biriLaughing out loudly

Yukos 1/8th uliuza ama bado blatha?
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#639 Posted : Monday, September 14, 2020 2:16:33 PM
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amorphous wrote:
earthvoice wrote:
amorphous wrote:
Ngong Registry very quick and efficient compared to Kajiado town. Not sure if they accept payments for Kiserian though. I should assume so since Kiserian (and Rongai) should be part of the greater Ngong municipality.


Asante sana, this would be much more efficient.
Where is the registry located in Ngong'? At the Law Courts? I cannot seem to find any contact/location info online.
Thanks again.


At the Kajiado North Dep County Commissioners offices opposite the Ngong Police Station before you get to the Law Courts, if I am not mistaken. You cannot miss it. Even if you do, asking around while in the area will get you there. All those offices are a short walk between each other.


I am sorted now. Asante sana. Much appreciated. smile
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Vipi Sparkles. I see you could not resist coming out of hibernation to drop a ka peni biriLaughing out loudly

Yukos 1/8th uliuza ama bado blatha?


I gifted it to your boyfriend.
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