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If you have money, go buy land in Suswa
UpcomingPaperChaser
#21 Posted : Wednesday, December 27, 2017 10:20:53 PM
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limanika wrote:
enyands wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
Was recently involved in some works of this SGR project. Contrary to what the majority have been made to believe by NASA, the dry port will not be in Naivasha, but rather in Suswa area. The blue prints that were made available to us showed that the project there will be so humongous, a very big big container depot. The dry port will be located in Kedong Ranch that partly touches Suswa Center. Once the project is completed, which looks like it will be done before 2022, Suswa will grow big as most container freights will be picked there.

If you have money and some connections to the ground, buy shamba hizo area. The main investment afterward will be a hotel, the cheap hotels for truck drivers or build some average housing units to serve the workforce who will be there.

Challenge, however, Maasais in Suswa have been told not to sell shamba to foreigners.....so its most unlikely that you will get a plot there, but if you can, just buy..

We valued the land there at about Kshs. 2.5 million per acre on the edges 'outskirts' of the center.

Success in your investment.


Boss in the media we know it's naivasha . Why should we believe you?Shame on you . If possible leta evidence that it's going to be in Suswo.ama wewe ni disposer wa shamba Suswo unatafuta speculating buyers ? Laughing out loudly

As per the map i have seen (shared by KR), the SGR will touch mai mahiu then detour onwards to suswa-narok. Mai mahiu is part of naivasha. So it may not and doesnt have to touch naivasha CBD


exactly
Enjoy every moment of your life, you never know when your time will come.
UpcomingPaperChaser
#22 Posted : Wednesday, December 27, 2017 10:23:51 PM
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quicksand wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
enyands wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
Was recently involved in some works of this SGR project. Contrary to what the majority have been made to believe by NASA, the dry port will not be in Naivasha, but rather in Suswa area. The blue prints that were made available to us showed that the project there will be so humongous, a very big big container depot. The dry port will be located in Kedong Ranch that partly touches Suswa Center. Once the project is completed, which looks like it will be done before 2022, Suswa will grow big as most container freights will be picked there.

If you have money and some connections to the ground, buy shamba hizo area. The main investment afterward will be a hotel, the cheap hotels for truck drivers or build some average housing units to serve the workforce who will be there.

Challenge, however, Maasais in Suswa have been told not to sell shamba to foreigners.....so its most unlikely that you will get a plot there, but if you can, just buy..

We valued the land there at about Kshs. 2.5 million per acre on the edges 'outskirts' of the center.

Success in your investment.


Boss in the media we know it's naivasha . Why should we believe you?Shame on you . If possible leta evidence that it's going to be in Suswo.ama wewe ni disposer wa shamba Suswo unatafuta speculating buyers ? Laughing out loudly

Ni vile wazua is one complex website where uploading attachments is a complex activity on its own.....i would have shared with you the maps here

There are other solutions....for instance http://ge.tt or http://send.firefox.com ....allows anyone to upload a file of upto 1 gb, none of that registration bullshit.
It generates a link which you can paste here for citizens to download your maps. The link expires after 24 hours (the files get deleted).
There are other websites as well...


Swenani, Enyands and everyone else, the files that contain the maps are not compatible with phones and laptops, am trying to convert them to formats that can be decoded by your phones.....they require some complex add ons, extensions and kivs files to decode as they were designed using some complex chinese programs.... i will upload maybe by kesho kutwa
Enjoy every moment of your life, you never know when your time will come.
Stiffler
#23 Posted : Wednesday, December 27, 2017 11:37:11 PM
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Worked on Phase 2 for a while, for the contractor. Apparently the media has led everyone to believe that the dry port is in Naivasha. This happens not to be the case
lekamu
#24 Posted : Thursday, December 28, 2017 12:34:20 AM
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Suswa mentioned as one of the towns to get a substation

Stiffler wrote:
Worked on Phase 2 for a while, for the contractor. Apparently the media has led everyone to believe that the dry port is in Naivasha. This happens not to be the case

Only Fools Have No Plan B
murchr
#25 Posted : Thursday, December 28, 2017 12:36:19 AM
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The media in Kenya is rubbish
"There are only two emotions in the market, hope & fear. The problem is you hope when you should fear & fear when you should hope: - Jesse Livermore
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Swenani
#26 Posted : Thursday, December 28, 2017 9:07:51 AM
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lekamu wrote:

Suswa mentioned as one of the towns to get a substation

Stiffler wrote:
Worked on Phase 2 for a while, for the contractor. Apparently the media has led everyone to believe that the dry port is in Naivasha. This happens not to be the case


Having a dry port and passenger sub station are not mutually exclusive
Marry a woman who can cook or a man who can provide food.Don't marry for love or beauty, because love dies,beauty fades but hunger stays
enyands
#27 Posted : Saturday, December 30, 2017 4:42:26 PM
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UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
quicksand wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
enyands wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
Was recently involved in some works of this SGR project. Contrary to what the majority have been made to believe by NASA, the dry port will not be in Naivasha, but rather in Suswa area. The blue prints that were made available to us showed that the project there will be so humongous, a very big big container depot. The dry port will be located in Kedong Ranch that partly touches Suswa Center. Once the project is completed, which looks like it will be done before 2022, Suswa will grow big as most container freights will be picked there.

If you have money and some connections to the ground, buy shamba hizo area. The main investment afterward will be a hotel, the cheap hotels for truck drivers or build some average housing units to serve the workforce who will be there.

Challenge, however, Maasais in Suswa have been told not to sell shamba to foreigners.....so its most unlikely that you will get a plot there, but if you can, just buy..

We valued the land there at about Kshs. 2.5 million per acre on the edges 'outskirts' of the center.

Success in your investment.


Boss in the media we know it's naivasha . Why should we believe you?Shame on you . If possible leta evidence that it's going to be in Suswo.ama wewe ni disposer wa shamba Suswo unatafuta speculating buyers ? Laughing out loudly

Ni vile wazua is one complex website where uploading attachments is a complex activity on its own.....i would have shared with you the maps here

There are other solutions....for instance http://ge.tt or http://send.firefox.com ....allows anyone to upload a file of upto 1 gb, none of that registration bullshit.
It generates a link which you can paste here for citizens to download your maps. The link expires after 24 hours (the files get deleted).
There are other websites as well...


Swenani, Enyands and everyone else, the files that contain the maps are not compatible with phones and laptops, am trying to convert them to formats that can be decoded by your phones.....they require some complex add ons, extensions and kivs files to decode as they were designed using some complex chinese programs.... i will upload maybe by kesho kutwa


Nangoja upc. Got to ask you something. Limberlyk at Gmail dot Com.
UpcomingPaperChaser
#28 Posted : Saturday, December 30, 2017 11:29:36 PM
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Location: Nairobi
enyands wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
quicksand wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
enyands wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
Was recently involved in some works of this SGR project. Contrary to what the majority have been made to believe by NASA, the dry port will not be in Naivasha, but rather in Suswa area. The blue prints that were made available to us showed that the project there will be so humongous, a very big big container depot. The dry port will be located in Kedong Ranch that partly touches Suswa Center. Once the project is completed, which looks like it will be done before 2022, Suswa will grow big as most container freights will be picked there.

If you have money and some connections to the ground, buy shamba hizo area. The main investment afterward will be a hotel, the cheap hotels for truck drivers or build some average housing units to serve the workforce who will be there.

Challenge, however, Maasais in Suswa have been told not to sell shamba to foreigners.....so its most unlikely that you will get a plot there, but if you can, just buy..

We valued the land there at about Kshs. 2.5 million per acre on the edges 'outskirts' of the center.

Success in your investment.


Boss in the media we know it's naivasha . Why should we believe you?Shame on you . If possible leta evidence that it's going to be in Suswo.ama wewe ni disposer wa shamba Suswo unatafuta speculating buyers ? Laughing out loudly

Ni vile wazua is one complex website where uploading attachments is a complex activity on its own.....i would have shared with you the maps here

There are other solutions....for instance http://ge.tt or http://send.firefox.com ....allows anyone to upload a file of upto 1 gb, none of that registration bullshit.
It generates a link which you can paste here for citizens to download your maps. The link expires after 24 hours (the files get deleted).
There are other websites as well...


Swenani, Enyands and everyone else, the files that contain the maps are not compatible with phones and laptops, am trying to convert them to formats that can be decoded by your phones.....they require some complex add ons, extensions and kivs files to decode as they were designed using some complex chinese programs.... i will upload maybe by kesho kutwa


Nangoja upc. Got to ask you something. Limberlyk at Gmail dot Com.


freddy.valuer@gmail.com
Enjoy every moment of your life, you never know when your time will come.
shocks
#29 Posted : Sunday, December 31, 2017 10:08:50 PM
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The sgr crosses the MaiMahiu Narok Highway twice, near Suswa and near Duka moja, why is it like that?
Chaka
#30 Posted : Monday, January 01, 2018 12:52:51 PM
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I was wondering as well..may be the other one is a "bypass"to enable another train going in opposite to use the line ??
shocks wrote:
The age crosses the MaiMahiu Narok Highway twice, near Suswa and near Duka moja, why is it like?

Stiffler
#31 Posted : Monday, January 01, 2018 8:13:54 PM
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Location: Nairobi
shocks wrote:
The sgr crosses the MaiMahiu Narok Highway twice, near Suswa and near Duka moja, why is it like that?



Yes. It does cross the Road Twice. At CK114 and CK93. Though it appears as though it is two separate lines, it is in fact the same line.
Essentially this is a Railway Design objective/ requirement; Curve Design
Wendz
#32 Posted : Tuesday, January 09, 2018 11:20:00 AM
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UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
enyands wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
Was recently involved in some works of this SGR project. Contrary to what the majority have been made to believe by NASA, the dry port will not be in Naivasha, but rather in Suswa area. The blue prints that were made available to us showed that the project there will be so humongous, a very big big container depot. The dry port will be located in Kedong Ranch that partly touches Suswa Center. Once the project is completed, which looks like it will be done before 2022, Suswa will grow big as most container freights will be picked there.

If you have money and some connections to the ground, buy shamba hizo area. The main investment afterward will be a hotel, the cheap hotels for truck drivers or build some average housing units to serve the workforce who will be there.

Challenge, however, Maasais in Suswa have been told not to sell shamba to foreigners.....so its most unlikely that you will get a plot there, but if you can, just buy..

We valued the land there at about Kshs. 2.5 million per acre on the edges 'outskirts' of the center.

Success in your investment.


Boss in the media we know it's naivasha . Why should we believe you?Shame on you . If possible leta evidence that it's going to be in Suswo.ama wewe ni disposer wa shamba Suswo unatafuta speculating buyers ? Laughing out loudly

Ni vile wazua is one complex website where uploading attachments is a complex activity on its own.....i would have shared with you the maps here


@Upcoming: - Please share the maps at brookhartinvestments@yahoo.com

Thanks
mawinder
#33 Posted : Tuesday, January 09, 2018 11:46:44 AM
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Kedong Ranch belongs to Kedong Ranch and I will personally depending on my mood arrest or finish any Maasai or wazuan purporting to sell the land or buy the land. The land was found to belong to Kedong Ranch in Petition 57 of 2014,Civil suit 21 of 2010..
Keep off Kedong Ranch if you value your freedom/life or get better security than the presidents and deal in it.
The Merchant
#34 Posted : Tuesday, January 09, 2018 1:38:44 PM
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UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
The Merchant wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
Was recently involved in some works of this SGR project. Contrary to what the majority have been made to believe by NASA, the dry port will not be in Naivasha, but rather in Suswa area. The blue prints that were made available to us showed that the project there will be so humongous, a very big big container depot. The dry port will be located in Kedong Ranch that partly touches Suswa Center. Once the project is completed, which looks like it will be done before 2022, Suswa will grow big as most container freights will be picked there.

If you have money and some connections to the ground, buy shamba hizo area. The main investment afterward will be a hotel, the cheap hotels for truck drivers or build some average housing units to serve the workforce who will be there.

Challenge, however, Maasais in Suswa have been told not to sell shamba to foreigners.....so its most unlikely that you will get a plot there, but if you can, just buy..

We valued the land there at about Kshs. 2.5 million per acre on the edges 'outskirts' of the center.

Success in your investment.


I have some land in Rare Mai Mahiu. Does this also benefit or should I just continue enjoying the scenery.d'oh!


Uthiru wa Lari? near the water project? there will be a big station near there


I am willing to sell for KES 1 million per acre. I have 28 acres.
obiero
#35 Posted : Friday, January 19, 2018 9:33:58 PM
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The Merchant wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
The Merchant wrote:
UpcomingPaperChaser wrote:
Was recently involved in some works of this SGR project. Contrary to what the majority have been made to believe by NASA, the dry port will not be in Naivasha, but rather in Suswa area. The blue prints that were made available to us showed that the project there will be so humongous, a very big big container depot. The dry port will be located in Kedong Ranch that partly touches Suswa Center. Once the project is completed, which looks like it will be done before 2022, Suswa will grow big as most container freights will be picked there.

If you have money and some connections to the ground, buy shamba hizo area. The main investment afterward will be a hotel, the cheap hotels for truck drivers or build some average housing units to serve the workforce who will be there.

Challenge, however, Maasais in Suswa have been told not to sell shamba to foreigners.....so its most unlikely that you will get a plot there, but if you can, just buy..

We valued the land there at about Kshs. 2.5 million per acre on the edges 'outskirts' of the center.

Success in your investment.


I have some land in Rare Mai Mahiu. Does this also benefit or should I just continue enjoying the scenery.d'oh!


Uthiru wa Lari? near the water project? there will be a big station near there


I am willing to sell for KES 1 million per acre. I have 28 acres.

Passed through the route this afternoon. Massive SGR project works ongoing
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