House Gifted To Nakuru Woman By President Handed To Another Family After She Rejected It

The house in question. [IMAGE/ COURTESY]

A house gifted to a Nakuru family, whose son thrilled President Uhuru Kenyatta at 3KR barracks in Lanet in 2014, will be handed to another needy family after they rejected it.

According to Nakuru North Deputy County Commissioner Mutua Kisilu, they have received a directive to give the home to a more needy family that would appreciate the gift.

“We are set to hand over the house to another family after the family which had been gifted turned down the offer terming it as substandard. Plans to have the new family move in are already underway. We were instructed to profile three families from which one would be picked as the new owners. The lucky family is one of a man who has been living with his three disabled children at a local church,” said Kisilu.

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The two-bedroom house had been gifted to the family courtesy of their son Dennis Ngaruiya, but rejected it on grounds that it was substandard.

The house will now be handed to the family of a man who has been living with three disabled children at a local church.

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