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Residents of This Place To Pay Ksh 3000 For A Bedsitter, Ruto Says

Consider paying Ksh 3000 per month for a bedsitter in Nairobi, Ksh 5000 for a one-bedroom house, and Ksh 6500 for a two-bedroom house.

Many may think this is a pipe dream, but President William Ruto has today promised Mukuru residents the above-mentioned rent.

The prices were surprising because many Nairobians pay exorbitant rents even for bedsitters who are sometimes substandard.

The prices mentioned by President Ruto, on the other hand, imply that residents will owe the apartment owners for the next 20 years after the program begins.

During his campaigns, President Ruto promised to make the bottom-up economic model work by requiring Kenyans to pay a small sum for rent and then pay off the remaining debt gradually over a period of time, possibly up to 20 years, as their lives improved.

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