Kenya is among the first African countries to embrace new technology thanks to the government efforts in connecting the country through electricity and fibre optics. This development has resulted to the country seeing it's online generation grow expodentially.
Today, Kenya marked another mark of excellence by unveiling it's first 3D printed house in Athi-River, Machakos County. The house in question seems more elaborate with it's furnishing design both outside and inside.
Athi-River area has become a paradise for both local and foreign investors who seek to invade the local housing system. The design created by this 3D printed house has been approved in several countries abroad as well as several African countries like South Africa.
According to reports by the construction industry under the new technology, construction of the house will take a few weeks to completion given the size of rooms and location. This new development will easen the burden of construction for Kenyans where many have gone bankrupt building their dream homes.
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