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UBAKA Nation group projects to construct three buildings in Bujumbura.

“The effort of building modern and social houses is crucial in a country where housing has become a challenge especially in urban areas, everyone will benefit from the project mainly Burundian students,” said Manirakiza

Three modern buildings are expected to be built in Bujumbura by UBAKA Nation Group within Ku Mashurwe Community Estate Project.

Fablice Manirakiza and Annie Irankunda presented a project of three modern buildings on September 16th at Kiriri Garden hotel, in Bujumbura capital city.

Speaking to journalists after showcasing the project, they said that, the latter comes in effort of Burundi diaspora to contribute in the development of the country through UBAKA Nation Group.

“The project of building Kumashurwe community estate, is in an initiative of the diaspora with on objective centred on socio-economic development via building modern houses,” said Fablice Manirakiza, General Director of UBAKA Nation Group.

“The effort of building modern and social houses is crucial in a country where housing has become a challenge especially in urban areas, everyone will benefit from the project mainly Burundian students,” said Manirakiza

UBAKA group which is an association of Burundians who live in the diaspora have introduced their project aiming at building on the surface of more than five thousand square meters in Burundi.

It will be located in Bujumbura economic capital, in Ntahangwa commune, in Gatunguru quarter, not far from the presidency of Burundi Ntare house.

Buildings will be fenced and they will constitute a village denominated “KUMASHUGWE Community estate” with an estimated budget of eighteen Billions Burundian francs (BIF 18b)

According to the project, each building will have eight floors with a capacity to give shelter to over seventy families in apartments.

The two first floor will have twenty-six apartments each while the third will account fourteen, and the toll will sum up seventy apartments.

The village will comprise different sport grounds, a small market, a parking, tarred roads, a pharmacy, parking, security cameras, water tanks and a good place to rest.

In addition, each apartment will include three bedrooms, three bathrooms, four verandas, one office, two kitchens, a room for the houseboy or a baby-sitter, and a store

Moreover, it [the apartment] will stretch to 16,5 meters length and 11 meters width.

“For those who want to buy an apartment, they will be required to pay around BIF 250 Millions. The project has already begun, now the progress standing at the fence,” said Fablice.

“Our targeted customers are first Burundians who live in the diaspora along whoever who can afford an apartment. Interested clients are bound to pay paid 10% of the money as of December, 2022, the remaining amount will be paid in 18 months’ period,” said Annie Irankunda, one of the initiators of the project.

She added that the project comes to give job to the Burundians who live abroad and other Burundians skilled in civil engineering.

The project is expected to be widespread nationwide including Ngozi, Gitega and Rumonge provinces.

Asked about how expensive are apartments in view of Burundians’ means, Fablice said that engineers are doing everything so that apartments at acceptable prices may be constructed.

He called upon the government, the diaspora, the banks and insurance companies to assist them so that the project will be well accomplished.

 

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