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Reasonably priced Plots For Sale In Nakuru: How AMG Helps You Invest wisely



All real estate investment roads lead to Nakuru. Why you may ask. Here are the reasons why you should consider buying plots for sale in Nakuru.

Nakuru is the fastest-growing town in East and Central Africa, according to a recent study by UN-Habitat. Nakuru town is the fourth-largest urban center in Kenya after Nairobi, Mombasa, and Kisumu.

This important fact means that building and construction, tourism and agri-business industries proportionately expand at the same rate. And we have not even talked about other industries and businesses – such as; such as malls, entertainment joints, mom-and-pop shops … the whole shebang – that are also growing.

West Road – Nakuru City


At AMG, we want our partners to grow. That’s why we have made it our business to look for land investment opportunities in places that are growing. We understand that our customers are busy with other activities that occupy their daily lives. We have taken the stress out of this painstaking activity, by searching for and securing economically-viable land, so our partners can start growing from the get-go.

Who wouldn’t want a piece of this cake? This rapid growth rate in construction projects has increased currency velocity in Nakuru. This has resulted in the establishment of numerous construction-related industries. And a building boom means land is a going concern, construction services are in high demand and there are countless employment opportunities for skilled and unskilled personnel. As AMG, we are here to give our esteemed partners a piece of this cake, or, if you want, a whole chunk. It’s your call, partner.

Why do you need to buy Nakuru plots?

Nakuru is giving the coast – which is Kenya’s numero uno domestic tourism destination – a run for those top dollar tourism earnings. In the recent past, Nakuru has witnessed a considerable surge in the numbers of domestic tourists. Buying land from AMG in this fast-growing hot spot will place an investor smack in the middle of this tourism boom, as has been the case with investors who have Air B-n-B cribs, and are earning from this income stream.

What are you waiting for, partner? With your B-n-B in place, your guests will be spoilt for choice. Major attractions in the county are Lake Nakuru National Park, Lake Naivasha, Hell’s Gate National Park, and Menengai Crater. Lake Nakuru National Park hosts among other wildlife the big five; lion, rhino, leopard, buffalo, and elephant. There are numerous opportunities for investment in meetings, incentive travels, conferences, and exhibitions (MICE) in Nakuru.

Vantage Gardens – Nakuru City

While buying land, an investor should consider all factors, such as; a good road network, security, provision for water, and access to electricity. One important factor that makes or breaks a location is its proximity to other towns. This factor opens up Nakuru city too, among others, trade intra-town opportunities via good roads, such as the Nakuru-Eldoret Highway and the Lanet-Nakuru Road. Other major towns in Nakuru are Naivasha, Molo, Gilgil, Njoro, Maai Mahiu, Subukia, Dundori, Salgaa, Mau Narok, Bahati, Rongai and Olenguruone. Located in the southeastern part of the Rift Valley Province, Nakuru County borders 7 counties with Baringo to the north, Laikipia to the northeast, Nyandarua to the east, and Kajiado to the south, Narok to the southwest with Bomet and Kericho to the west.

What does this mean to AMG’s partners?

We are taking you to the middle of nowhere. We are not dumping you in a remote location while you will be light years away from civilization, where no tarmac road has ever been seen; or where you have to beat the bush to make an access road. We are offering you residential plots in a place where you will thrive.

Agriculture is the lifeline of the economy of Nakuru County. It is estimated that a whopping 70% of Nakuru’s land is arable and highly productive land. The soil type in Nakuru is loam and this is ideal for farming and construction.

The prime plots we are offering at Mwanga Gardens and The Nest are well within the reach of our prospective partners. Plus, because we cater to investors from all cadres of life, we have an installment payment option, an attractive introductory price, and unmatched title processing costs.

Demand for residential land for sale is on the rise. Most buyers are looking for 1/8 acre plots. Our plots at Mwanga Gardens tick two vital boxes; they are affordable and strategically located plots. Our affordable price will put our partners in that much-desired status of landowners. Mwanga is strategically located 30 minutes away from the Pipeline junction in Nakuru.

The Nest is our new project in Nakuru along the Nakuru -Eldoret highway. The area is ideal for residential homes and it’s ready to build. Electricity is less than 100m away from the land.

Every investor desires affordable plots for growing business developments. If you are looking for commercial land, you have come to the right place. We have all the land details to remove the hustle out of your investment plans, whether you are in Kenya or are fixing to buy from the diaspora. Our plots have ready title deeds and transfer is done upon completion of payment.

Nakuru city view

Where to buy plots for sale in Nakuru?

Are you looking for plots for sale in Nakuru? At AMG, a happy landowner is what we are about. Make us your choice for investment and you will have an investment experience like no other. We only sell what we own and deliver titles via DHL to your doorstep and a 60-day money-back guarantee on your title. We are the 2021 winner of the most-trusted land selling company.

Partners, let’s do this. Call or WhatsApp us today for more information at +254 748 229941.

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Eric Omondi denies Jacque Maribe’s son in new pregnancy reveal



By Wanja Waweru

Eric Omondi, an award-winning comedian and creator of digital entertainment, and Lynne, a social media influencer and commercial model, have revealed they are expecting a child.

The pair enthusiastically announced the news in a combined Instagram post. Lynne can be seen donning a yellow two-piece costume in the images that have been released, proudly displaying her growing baby belly.

Eric, who was completely covered in black, stands protectively behind her and gently strokes the lump.

In her third trimester, Lynne undoubtedly looks pregnant. Eric expressed his excitement at having his own flesh and blood in the caption of the photo, which is odd given that he shares a child with Jackie Maribe, a former media celebrity.

Eric continued by equating himself with Sarah from the Bible, who’d It has taken me 41 years but finally God has blessed me with my own,” started the entertainer excitedly.

He went on to add, “The Fruit of my loins! I feel like Sarah of Abraham of the Bible, she waited all her life for a child of her own.

Thank you baby for making me a father❤❤🙏🙏🥰🥰. And to God thank you for returning our baby to us,” the last of his post read.

It has taken me 41 years but finally God has blessed me with my own,” started the entertainer excitedly.

Seven months ago, Lynne tragically miscarried at barely eight weeks of pregnancy, and Eric and his girlfriend announced they had lost their first child.

The medical professionals there did everything they could to save the little angel, but it was in vain, as Eric refers to the night as the longest night of his life.

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Mwalimu Rachel: Managing Sailors Gang my biggest regret!



By Wanja Waweru

The long-running feud between oppular radio host Rachel Muthoni Njeru, often known as Mwalimu and the gengetone boy band Sailors Gang has been being brought up again, with Rachel stating that managing the group is one of her greatest regrets.

The social media influencer shared this in an interesting conversation she had on her official YouTube channel with a friend named Monicah Wairimu Mwariri.

“What is your biggest regret? Like the one thing you say if I could have done differently I would have gotten different/ better results as Mwalimu Rachel?”

Monicah who was acting as the moderator of that specific episode posed the question to Rachel.

“Managing… managing Sailors Gang!” replied the NRG radio presenter without a second thought.

She continued by saying that interacting with the group had been such a challenge that it had put her in some of the most difficult circumstances imaginable.

“Wueh! Wewe ushawahi lala cell (have you ever spent a night in jail)?” Rachel asked the host to which she replied she’d never and doesn’t even ever wish to encounter such a moment.

Mwalimu Rachel said that while she was in charge of the gengetone male group, she had spent a night in a police cell.

Mimi nililala cell, like wueh…” Rachel revealed.

Sharing a snippet of the interview with her over 403k Instagram followers Rachel wrote, “Cell nayo nililala ni ukweli… wueh! That was a DAAARK time for me. It’s okay though… Time for EVERYONE to hear my story from ME.”

She stated in another post that the reason she was finally speaking about it was so that the suffering she had endured would not be in vain.

“Hopefully my experience will educate other managers as well as caution artists against some things,” Mwalimu Rachel’s post read.

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US announces changes to student visa application process



US State Department has revealed changes in policy that will impact foreign students entering the US.

Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced during the National Association of other Student Advisers (NAFSA) in Washington that they had streamlined the visa application process for students from other nations, including Kenya, who want to pursue higher education overseas.

According to him, applicants won’t need to participate in an interview to complete their application.

This adjustment is a significant deviation from the standard procedures, which at first required an interview.

The Department also extended the window in which a Visa application may be submitted, bringing it from 120 days to a full year.

Blinken stressed the significance of forging alliances with other nations when discussing visa reforms in order to provide students with additional opportunities  options to study abroad.

He applauded organizations like NAFSA for helping students seize opportunities and for organizing student exchanges.

“At the State Department, we are working to expand international education. After the acute phase of the pandemic ended, more and more international students began applying to study in the US again. We took steps to streamline our visa process and make it easier for students to apply,” he said.

M Square Media’s CEO, Raghwa Gopal, applauded the US government for taking action to expand international study programs. Gopal asserted that by giving students the skills they would need for future international engagements, the short-term educational courses would be advantageous to the students.

Foreign students can enter a recognized college, university, high school, or other educational program in the US under the academic student program.

Foreign students must be admitted by a school that has received formal US government recognition, and the program must result in a certification, certificate, or degree.

After a popular outcry, the deadline for the hike in worldwide visa fees was postponed from the originally announced date of May 30 to June 17; some applicants will now have to pay up to Sh42,000 to obtain the travel document.

Business and tourist visas (category B1/B2S), student visas (F), and exchange visitor visas (J) are the categories that would see a rise, going from Sh21,800 ($160) to Sh25,206 ($185) visas for temporary workers (H, L, O, P, Q, and R categories) will cost Sh27,941 ($205) from Sh25,897 ($190).

The US Embassy in Nairobi stated that they acknowledge the critical role that international travel plays in the US economy and pointed out that President Joe Biden’s foreign policy places a high priority on granting visas, particularly for work and tourism. They insisted that the fees are only intended to cover the costs of providing the consular services.

The cost of non-immigrant visas hasn’t gone up since 2014, so this is a big deal.

Following the suspension of the process in 2020 as part of the safety measures established at the height of the Covid-19 outbreak, the embassy has been dealing with a massive backlog of visa interviews.

The Embassy shortened the wait time for visa interviews for Kenyan visitors last month and permitted renewal of some categories without going through an interview physical appointments.

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