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Urithi Unveils a Multi-Billion Panorama Project in Gatanga

The on-going construction works at the entrance to the Panorama Project in Gatanga Sub-County of  Murang'a.
Urithi Housing Cooperative Society Limited has commissioned its panorama project in Gatanga Sub-County of Murang'a.

While unveiling the mega project, Chairman Samuel Maina said that society members had purchased the 104 acre land to the tune of Kshs. 1 billion.

He said the society had already developed appropriate infrastructure such as roads and electricity and had fenced off the land ready for commencement of erecting houses. He added that the land neighboured upmarket developments among them the Thika Greens Golf Estate.

The project is barely 5 km from Thika Town.

Maina said construction of houses and other public facilities will commence soon, enabling members and other inventors to own houses in the gated community set-up. He appealed to the members to supplement the society’s efforts in developing the project and pleaded with cooperatives to shun politics and instead underscore members’ interests. 

“At Urithi, the shareholders are key and we directly work with them. We ensure that they understand and embrace our models,” said the chairman.

“Societies are now running smoothly, because of the absence of politics as was the case before. Investment and politics don’t mix,” he said.

(Related story: Urithi Unveils A Mega Project At The Coast As They Pursue Prospects Of Working With Iranian Govt. For Cheap Housing.)

He praised a recently signed MoU between Urithi and Iranian Government that help Urithi members get affordable and high quality houses. He added that they were committed to supplementing the government’s efforts of providing 200,000 affordable housing units to Kenyans saying that Panorama Project alone would provide over 500 units.

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