As part of the government's plan to provide Kenyans with affordable housing, President William Ruto has been across the country launching housing units.
On Monday, February 13, Ruto launched 605 housing units in Bondeni County accompanied by his deputy Rigathi Gachagua and other leaders.
According to Ruto, the project is expected to create over 2,000 jobs for the youth as well as inject Ksh430 million into the economy.
"We are confident the 200,000 housing units annual projection as espoused in the Kenya Kwanza Manifesto will produce more economic opportunities for the millions of ordinary people struggling to put food on the table," he affirmed.
The project sits on a 3.1-hectare piece of land that will host houses ranging from three bedrooms, two bedrooms, and one-bedroom units.
From the project, three-bedroom units will retail at Ksh4.2 million, two-bedroom units will retail at Ksh3.1 million and one-bedroom units will go for Ksh1.5 million.
Kenyans got a glimpse of the kitchen, sitting area, and bedrooms in the five-storey building units.
The sitting area was well organised with modern lighting, state-of-the-art seats, and a beautiful dining area.
Additionally, the walls are painted a bright pearl white to reflect the light inside the room. It is decorated with a floating shelf that holds indoor plants.
Furthermore, the rug effortlessly blends with the furniture and the floor of the house and seemingly has the same colours as the paintings on the wall.
While the kitchen is neatly arranged with the essentials hanging on the wall, a bright yellow flower is strategically positioned to add colour to the room as well as photos on the wall.
Finally, the bedroom appears spacious holding one bunk bed and a single bed that is beautifully spread.
In all three rooms, Kenyans are guaranteed of natural light passing through the wide windows.