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Things falling apart: Je, mnakubaliana nao?

Discussion in 'Habari na Hoja mchanganyiko' started by Babylon, Aug 26, 2009.

  1. Babylon

    Babylon JF-Expert Member

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    Things falling apart ​
    Do you know that Nairobi is now acting as the capital city of SIX countries. Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Rwanda, Uganda and Tanzania. Uganda and Tanzania exchange rates are determined from Nairobi. This has pushed the prices of properties in Nairobi to an exaggerated values. Somalian's with their pirate money has worsened the situation. They have now finished buying Eastleigh, the rich Somalians has not invaded South C where a 4-bedroom houses has rocketed from KShs. 5 million two years ago to KShs. 20 million of we are talking. The pirate team are buying properties in the city centre. Last week they bought Tusker House along Ronald Ngara from Hon. Njenga wa Karume. Several have now bought buildings in Koinange Street where they are targeting. The Kenya government just sits down and watch things going the wrong direction. We have no problem for genuine Kenyan Somalians buying property in Nairobi as they are Kenyans but we are against Somalias from Somalia destroying their country and join in to buying property in Kenya pushing the prices so high that an ordinary Kenyan cannot be able to buy. The Kenya government should borrow a leaf from Dubai government. You cannot buy a property without 50 per cent share with a local resident. This is how it worked during Kenyatta's time. Do you know that you cannot give birth in Dubai if you are not a resident - you have to travel back to your own country to give birth. We welcome investors but not investors to finish the common man. The Somalian who have bought Tusker house has increased the prices of the 230 stalls from KShs. 11,500 to Kshs. 23,000 last week. How do you expect a common man to hand such an increase at this difficult times. Something need to be done before things fall apart as Chinua Achebe once said.
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    Subira Senior Member

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    yaani umenikuna haswa this is what is happening here in dar es salaam tanzania one somali is about to finish the whole city this authorities pretend not to notice while the others are busy buying and selling houses around the city what is wrong with our leaders jamani mbona hawafai kabisa. mbezi plots hve rocketed to unbeliverball just because of this somalis , only samora machelle was the smarties not to allow these somalis to his beloved country, they have ruined their country now ours we should wake up noe again there is this problem with immigration they give them nationalities i have seen them at immigration here in dar while europe have wake up for their tricks of one person having nationalities in all their countries and receive benefits all around. mh mh we shoud not allow this people in our countries do you know that they will neverr recover their country