The most densely populated area in Nairobi is Embakasi. This was established after the 2019 population and housing census that was done by the Kenya National Beaureu of Statistics (KNBS).
People residing in Mukuru kwa Njenga Pipeline, Imara Daima,Njenga, Tassia and Kware are about 1 million.
The people who live here or have visited this place are aware of the drawbacks brought by overpopulation and staying in high rise buildings. Majority of the houses are 8 storey building.
While moving through the staircase you need to light a bulb or the torch so that you utilize the stairs securely. Being of gloomy conditions those residing on the lowers floors have to lit their houses on the whole day and this forces the people to incur more electricity costs.
Network connection is poor in lower floors and if someone calls you you might not understand what the other party is saying.
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