Safaricom Investment Co-operative CEO Sarah Wahogo
Safaricom Investment Co-operative CEO Sarah Wahogo. [Photo/ Courtesy]

More than 150 investors in the Safaricom Investment Cooperative Nanyuki project received their title deeds paving way for them to begin their construction journey to build their dream homes.

Dubbed Olpajeta Ridge, the project is seated on a 300-acre plot and consists of 180 eight-acre and120 quarter-acre plots.

The project is strategically located opposite Ol’Pajeta conservancy and Sweet Waters tented camps and is a great opportunity for homeowners looking for a serene, luxurious and quality place to live with their families, whether as a retirement home or a holiday home. It also provides an opportunity for those investing in opportunities like Air B&Bs.

Safaricom Investment Cooperative has invested in enhanced security including an electric fence and has graded roads making them construction ready for the investors. There is a police post nearby and is in the vicinity of two m******y camps – Laikipia Airbase and the British Army Training Unit in Kenya.

 “I am delighted to be presenting the titles deeds of Ol’Pajeta Ridge phases 1,2 and 3 to our clients. This project was launched following heavily driven market research, and we know it will be a great investment to all who have invested in it. Just as we promise our clients, we also ensure that we issue titles within six months of purchase. To achieve this, we continue to work round the clock to shorten the transfer process from our vendors to Safaricom Investment,” said SIC CEO Ms Sarah Wahogo.

Safaricom Investment Co-operative’s projects are spread around the country. They are in Kiambu, Kisumu, Laikipia, Nakuru, Machakos, Makueni, Mombasa, Kajiado and Narok counties.

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