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Kenyans Buy 39 Acres Of Land In The U.S: “Daring Abroad”

A group of Kenyans in the U.S. have invested in 39 acres of land near Dallas, Texas. Photo: Alex Chamwada.

A group of Kenyans living in the United States of America have proven nothing is impossible if people are united.

The group of Kenyans according to journalist Alex Chamwada have bought 39 acres of land in the state of Texas.

The investment group known as Lone Oak Eagle Station comprises 68 Kenyans.

A groundbreaking ceremony is scheduled for June 30, 2024.

“39 acres of land on the outskirts of Dallas, TX bought by an investment group of 68 Kenyans known as Lone Oak Eagle Station. They want to put up affordable housing units here for sale,”

“They will be groundbreaking on June 30th. In the photo the managing partner in the group Patrick Nganga, SHOWS us the land. Well done Lone Oak Eagle Station for thinking about investment while Daring Abroad and many thanks for being part of the Growing, out-of-the-ordinary Daring Abroad Investment Forums that are beyond indoor meetings.” Chamwada said.

Netizens praised the group for the achievement and wished them well in their investment.

Kenyans can own the world if the environment is favourable – Charles Sonko said.

This is a great investment indeed Daring abroad – Delfina Kavata shared.

This is the way to go…with the kind of taxation going on in this country, we invest outside – Olivia Nyar Major said.

Wau! This is awesome! Congratulations Team Kenya diaspora – Jacob Malova said.

Meanwhile, a Kenyan family in the United States of America is celebrating after their kin graduated from a prestigious military academy.

Kwombo Kibett graduated from the United States Army Command and General Staff College (CGSC) at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.

Kibett who immigrated to the U.S. has served for 14 years in the military.

A high school dropout, he worked as a cattle seller before starting life as a janitor in the U.S.