1. Be patient
Wanting to get married is a good thing early is a good thing but getting married to the wrong guy or in a terribly wrong circumstance is not. For ladies who have not yet found that right man by age 30, one useful advice is that they should exercise patience. The need not to rush into a marriage of chance cannot be overstated.
2. Don’t yield to pressure
It’s one thing to wait and be expectant, it is yet another thing to yield to the arising pressure from people: parents, friends, relatives, colleagues etc. These people can be quite imposing due to their concern for a person.
Hence, they might make all sorts of suggestions, both spiritual and material advice, that they think might help someone get the man she needs. While it is good to listen to the positive tips, negative counsels that are shady and dark on the outlook should be avoided.
3. Examine yourself
One basic truth about life is that nothing comes from nothing. For a thing to have happened, it must have been preceded by another event. Bringing this home, the fact that a lady is not married at the age she would have expected to be hooked is not something that happens of its own accord.
It has to have been caused by something. Hence, one salient advice to ladies not married above 30 is that they should examine themselves. In light of this, they are required to ask themselves some salient questions or do what is called self reflection.
The questions that should be posed to themselves should bother around the word ‘why’. For what reason do they think they are still single? Does it have something to do with them or the society; are they doing something awfully wrong in all the relationships they have been in; what do all the men they have dated in the past have to say about them?
4. Set the bar lower
This is slightly related to the last tip. Often times, ladies are known to want too much at the prime of their life. When they are young and their beauty is just budding, it is not rare to see them set very unrealistic goals about the man that they intend to marry.
Now, while some get the sort of fancy guy they want for a husband, most people don’t. Not every man can be tall, dark, handsome, wealthy, romantic and independent all at once. Hence, it is important that as ladies who intend to marry age, they should lower the bar for the sort of man they desire.
This is not to say they should accept just any man despite his unruly and unlovable characters, but they should make love, respect, understanding and good morals the yardstick for their potential suitors rather than stay fixed on material needs and expectations.
5. Look good and mingle
A single lady above 30 who has not found The One yet should make waiting look so good by looking so good. Being single is actually tantamount to being pretty, fashionable and absolutely stunning.
The ability to slay and mingle well with others during outdoor events and even in closed settings have given some ladies the opportunity to meet their partners because, indeed, nothing good walks over to someone, it is always met halfway.
Therefore enjoy your life and don’t live under pressure that can cause you more harm than good.
Transforming the Logistics Business: Inside Why Transmwami international
Building trust with clients continues to be the simplest solution to complex logistic challenges.
It is for this reason that Transmwami international limited has diversified transportation and provision of logistics to clients as well as the safety of their cargo.
With vast experience in the gas and petroleum mining industry, Transmwami international limited has the ability to guarantee comprehensive, high quality and safety of the client’s cargo.
Led by Kelvin Essoa, C.E.O, Transmwami international limited is able to employ professionalism in its operations.
Kelvin Essoa Nkoy offers support to the mining and logistics operations allowing the company to have an in depth knowledge of the needs of our customers thus developing a sense of urgency and precision.
With Essoa at the helm, Transmwami international limited is able to meet the requirements of the industry which range from; Improved quality and safety standards, good innovation towards the supply chain and compliance with the environmental, social and legal standards.
“Today’s business environment is fueled by trust,” says Kelvin Essoa Nkoy. “Through the years, trust and reliability are some of the pillars that dictate the operations of Transmwami International Limited that have allowed us to solve logistical challenge successfully,” he adds.
Among the services offered by Transmwami international limited include consultancy, transportation of engineering equipment’s and warehouse management.
Choosing Transmwami International Limited is beneficial to individuals and businesses seeking a comprehensive solution that is tailored to meet their logistics needs through innovation, high quality, offer safety and its cost saving.
Absa Partners With Mi Vida to Offer Affordable Mortgage Financing Targeting Middle Class Earners.
- Absa has partnered with property developer Mi Vida to provide preferential mortgage benefits to prospective and existing customers, with an aim of making it easy for middle income families to buy quality homes.
- 25-year tenor is the longest repayment period in the market
- The units being financed will include 1, 2-and 3 bedroom apartments with prices ranging from Sh8.8 to 15.7 million.
Wednesday, 16 June, 2021… Absa Bank Kenya has introduced a 25-year mortgage facility targeting middle income families seeking affordable homes within Nairobi.
The proposition seeks to increase mortgage uptake by prospective homeowners, offering options towards home ownership such as construction loans and home loans for self-employed individuals (SMEs) with a dedicated a team of experts who will walk customers throughout every step of buying or constructing their dream home.
Absa customers will also benefit from established partnerships with players in the home ownership value chain such as property developers, furnishing partners and home appliance partners, who will offer homeowners a wide range of benefits among them great discounts.
This was announced as the bank signed a financing partnership with Mi Vida Homes where customers will enjoy a discounted rate of 12.5% p.a with up to 90% financing.
Speaking during the signing of the Absa-Mi Vida partnership, Peter Mutua, Absa Bank Customer Network Director, urged both existing and prospective customers to invest in the lengthened payment period and low interest rates of the Absa – Mi Vida mortgage proposition to own their dream homes.
“As a truly African bank, we understand that home is where the heart is. This is why we have availed the Absa – Mi Vida mortgage facility to employed and self-employed customers, presenting a lifetime chance to own ready-to-move-in homes. As a bank, we believe in developing sustainable financing models for our customers, we are offering up to 90% financing within market rates, over a period of 25 years to service their loans,’’ says Mr. Mutua.
The proposition is one of the bank’s contributions towards the government’s housing pillar under the Big 4 Agenda and aims to provide quality family homes with sociable amenities and green spaces that enhance quality of living spaces to potential homeowners.
“We have a team of dedicated experts that will walk the journey with customers using our financial and non-financial expertise to provide credible information, services and solutions throughout every step of acquiring their dream home.” adds Mr. Mutua.
Speaking during the signing ceremony, Mr. Antony Kambiriri, Chief Financial Officer Mi Vida, said, “We are delighted to partner with Absa Bank Kenya as it brings us closer to our goal of addressing the shortage of middle-income housing in Kenya. There is a huge demand for affordable and middle-income homes and through this partnership, we will bridge the gap in this market to exceed customers’ expectations.”
Mi Vida’s project at Garden City, is a first of its kind with the development centred on green space and family living. Phase 1 at Garden City offers 1. 2- and 3-Bedroom Apartments. Launched in 2019, under construction and on course to be complete by March of 2022.
Besides the Mi Vida proposition, Absa’s mortgage flexible offers different options towards home ownership such as financing land purchases and disbursing construction loans as well as home loans for self-employed individuals.
Housing Projects at Garden City Defining the Future of Green Homes in Kenya
By the year 2050, the global population will likely reach nine (9) billion people. Due to household demand
and population growth, the world needs to build more than two billion new homes over the next 80 years
according to global research.
The distress is beyond the demand for new homes. Nations across the globe are becoming increasingly
concerned about the effects of climate change and people growing environmentally conscious, project
builders have implemented sustainable development practices in their real estate properties to promote
energy efficiency, minimize the impacts of global warming, and protect natural resources.
Due to advances in technology, green homes are gradually growing in popularity, and this is a step in the
right direction. If project builders do not adapt to the challenge of building sustainable homes, the
pressure on natural resources will be detrimental to the environment. Some of the resulting negative
impacts include loss of biodiversity and increased greenhouse gases.
Today, the need for more sustainable homes has also been expedited by contemporary homebuyers’
preferences. People want – and will pay more for – sustainable features such as energy-efficient
appliances, windows, and fittings alongside other features that improve their health and quality of life. It is
also worth noting that as younger generations are expected to enter the home buying market, they are
looking out for built-in eco-friendly and sustainable features.
In Kenya, Actis, the developer of the Garden City Residences, Mall, and Business Park, is committed to
green-building and sustainable projects. Garden City development is the first within Sub-Sahara Africa
rated under the Green Building Council of Australia’s Green Star multi-unit residential V1 tool that
promotes the design and construction of high-performance green residential developments.
For instance, the infrastructure uses robust water harvesting and recycling/reuse systems aimed at
reducing wastage and significantly reduce potable water consumption by up to 28 per cent. It also
incorporates a massive solar carport ideal for reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The sustainability aspects of the Garden City mixed-use development made it the first project of its kind in
East Africa to achieve a Gold rating in the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) – the
rating system developed by the US. Green Building Council for the design, construction, operation, and
maintenance of green buildings, homes, and neighbourhoods.
At the heart of this green and sustainable development, there is the Mi Vida Homes, a Ksh 12 billion
shilling joint venture by Actis and Shapoorji Pallonji Real Estate. Mi Vida Homes holds significant
importance to the future of green homes in Kenya through the incorporation of more green space in
apartment developments and the development of amenities that meet family’s needs.
Mi Vida homes are certified by the International Finance Corporation “Excellence in Design for Greater
Efficiencies” (IFC EDGE), a green building standard and a certification system for over 140 countries.
EDGE helps to determine the most cost-effective options for designing green within a local climate
context. The project adheres to the IFC EDGE standard of 20 per cent less energy use, 20 per cent less
water use, and 20 per cent less embodied energy in materials when compared to a base case building.
The environmental benefits of green building in our contemporary society cannot be underestimated as it
enhances and protect biodiversity while improving the quality of water and air that we consume. Going
green will in the long run reduce waste streams while conserving and restoring our natural resources.
Author: Ciru Okobi – Commercial Director, Garden City
The 2021 Toyota Urban Cruiser launched in Kenya
Motor distributor Toyota Kenya has launched the Urban Cruiser in the Kenyan market, the latest SUV in the Toyota Kenya product line-up that will start retailing from KES2.7 million inclusive of VAT.
Toyota Kenya Managing Director, Arvinder Reel said the Urban Cruiser, which is the youngest SUV in the Toyota family, embodies Toyota’s quality, durability, and reliability promise, with the vehicle designed for customers looking for SUV comfort, the latest technology at an affordable price point.
“Toyota Kenya has always operated on the premise of giving our customers the best. And we as continue growing our small car segment offering, we continue introducing new and innovative products that offer value for money and will see more Kenyans drive brand-new vehicles,” said Mr Reel.
Despite the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, Toyota Kenya recorded a 4% share growth in the market, excluding truck and buses. “We are therefore optimistic that the small car segment will continue performing well as we progress in the year.”
The Urban Cruiser is an attractive SUV with a combination of design, performance and technology offering consumers the comfort and sophistication required from an SUV. It has a fuel-efficient and responsive engine that gives quick pick up on speed, the best technology that includes Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) – a further advancement of the ABS, and generous interior space including a luggage space of 328 litres and a 60/40 rear split.
To assist Kenyans to acquire the Urban Cruiser, Toyota Kenya has partnered with major financial institutions in Kenya that offer various financing options.
The Urban Cruiser will be available through Toyota Kenya’s network of branches and dealerships countrywide, with customers enjoying a 3 year/100,000 km manufacturer warranty. We endeavour to offer an unforgettable Toyota Kenya Experience through comprehensive After Sales support as well as the provision of genuine spare parts.
We would love to hear car enthusiasts argue out on which car rivals this.
Reer Yusuf Clan Leadership
The Leader of Reer Yusuf Suldan Macalin Adan Abdi Ismeil Guled Samatar was leading Reer Yusuf Clan for sixty-nine years since Somalia independency from nineteen sixty he worked all Somali government from the first Somali government of President Adan Abdulle Osman to the current government Of president Mohamed Abdullahi Farmaajo.
During Somalia civil war he was Peacemaker among Somali tribes who were in conflicts among themselves Suldan Macalin Adan Abdi Ismeal Guled Samtar was peace lovers to and initiated several peace project. He passed on 8th April 2021 at the age of 93. May his soul rest in peace.
Suldan Macalin Adan Abdi Ismeal Guled Samtar’s leadership was within the following district which are located within Gedo Region
- Jibraail Adan
- Qurux Adan
- Bees Adan
- Abdi Adan
- Reer Jibril
- Reer Ali Noor
- Reer Roble
- Reer Farah warmooga
- Mahamud Haarun
- Ahmed Haarun
- Abtidow Haarun