Musa K. Yatich, whose touching life story, won the hearts of Kenyans during this year’s Valentine’s Day has received a title deed for his residential plot that he won in Pristine Gardens – Matuu by Username Investments. His title deed was among the over 600 title deeds delivered by the company for various projects.
His story emerged in February this year when his touching life story of having a visually impaired and physically challenged son since 2017 elicited most reactions from the public after hundreds of Kenyans submitted compelling stories of needy people in the Kenyan community.
Username Investments gifted him a free residential plot to settle his family.
Speaking while issuing the title deed, Reuben Kimani, CEO, Username Investment Ltd., noted that Username has delivered the parcel of land for Musa to develop his home.
“He now joins thousands of Kenyans whose homeownership dreams have been fulfilled by Username Investments. Musa can now develop his home and settle his family. We hope that this title deed and the property becomes a blessing to him and his family,” said the Chief Executive.
“As a company, we are glad to be empowering Kenyans to own affordable land ideal for residential development. This is our unique contribution to the Government’s Affordable Housing Agenda. Despite the COVID-19 disruption, we are glad to have delivered over 600 titles deeds for various projects key among them Pristine Gardens – Matuu, Nakuru Harmony Gardens, Greenfields – Kangundo Road, Graceland Kangundo Road Phase II among others. This increases the number of title deeds we have issued to over 8,172 since our establishment in 2013.”
Speaking while receiving his title deed, Musa Yatich thanked the property firm stating the development is a game-changer for him and his family.
“Thank you Username Investments for fulfilling this promise, indeed this is a dream come true. When I received a call from you that my title deed is ready, my family and I were overjoyed. 2020 is our memorable year, we have owned a place to call our own,” he said.
“COVID-19 season has been challenging especially if you a renting. The economy has faced a downturn and you are torn in between paying rent and buying food for your family,” he said.
“Basically, as a family man you do not have peace. This plot is a blessing and I plan to build a home where my family will have peace of mind and a place to call their own. Thank you again Username Investments Team and Kenyans for making my family and I own land this year,” he added.