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Kigali City to Evict 10,000 Families by 31st March

By Dusabemungu Ange De La Victoire
On 28 March 2013 at 02:27

The Mayor of Kigali City Fidèle Ndayisaba has announced that by 31st March, 2013, about 10,000 families living in critical areas will have to relocate.
Out of the 10,000 families that live in the risky areas, 45% are renting while 55% are living in their own houses.
Most of families to be relocated are found in city quarters of Gatsata, Gisozi, Kimihurura, Remera and Kacyiru.
Ndayisaba said some of the relocated families will go to rent in other areas; those who have financial means will (...)

The Mayor of Kigali City Fidèle Ndayisaba has announced that by 31st March, 2013, about 10,000 families living in critical areas will have to relocate.

Out of the 10,000 families that live in the risky areas, 45% are renting while 55% are living in their own houses.

Most of families to be relocated are found in city quarters of Gatsata, Gisozi, Kimihurura, Remera and Kacyiru.

Ndayisaba said some of the relocated families will go to rent in other areas; those who have financial means will purchase new accommodation houses while 1,500 poor families will get public and Government support.

The Mayor said about Frw56 billion will be used to relocate some of the families.

Kigali housing in disaster prone zone


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