About Bomakazi


Pleasant livelihood for decent housing

Bomakazi is:

  1. The Sustainable Shelter and Employment Generation Paradigm
  2. A program that avails decent housing that services its own mortgage for the 87 % of Kenyans omitted from current efforts
  3. The first of the 6-phased Sustainable Employment Generation Paradigm (sEGp)
  4. A people-centered, scalable, replicable and home-grown cross-cutting program.
  5. Mobilization of the unemployed to produce essentials needed by Africans.
  6. Empowerment of the consumers to pay for these essentials with alternative financing
  7. Based on community consciousness, cosmopolitanism, resource abundance, agricultural proclivity, social collectivity, material solidarity and other African values.

Bomakazi will:

  1. Eliminate a 20-year decent shelter backlog and establish housing equilibrium.
  2. Sustainably raise direct employment levels to over 85 %
  3. Produce increasing amounts of food annually with over 475 tons in year 39.
  4. Induce gains in security, health, family strength, child nurture and many others.

Target market is:

  1. About 87 % of the Kenyan population comprising:
  1. Households of upto sh. 100,000 (US $ 1,100) net monthly income
  2. Those left out of current decent shelter supply frameworks.
  3. The 8.1 m unemployed, especially youth, who:
  4. Are a huge socio-economic and spiritual resource.
  5. Otherwise gravitate to crime, delinquency and militia memebrship.

The employment domino

  1. Ability to pay for Rozabods creates
  2. Economic demand for Rozabod, which creates
  3. Demand for ABMT artisan and agribusiness workers, which creates
  4. A chain reaction until equilibrium is attained


  1. Once shelter equilibrium is achieved, paradigm shifts:
  1. Sequentially into sustainable agriculture, energy, machine tools, ICT and robotics
  2. Scalably and replicably in continental and diaspora Africa


  1. Bomakazi aligns with Kenya Vision 2030, NEPAD, AfDB, African Union and the Sustainable Development Goals.
  2. Advisors on government policy, regulations and outlook include:
  3. Mr. Moses Gatana, Deputy Director of Housing, 6th Floor, Ardhi House
  4. Mr. Nathan Kureba, Deputy Chief Architect, 12th Floor, Works House, Nairobi

Further information

  1. Nyumbani Village - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k5UlPtYo-VE&feature=youtu.be/
  2. Sustainable Employment Generation Paradigm (sEGp) - - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k4zuyCm2xSU
  3. Bomakazi is also mentioned on row 14 - http://www.ardhi.go.ke/default/abmt-inventory/


  1. Primary: Resolving youth unemployment in Kenya on a quadruple bottomline.
  2. Secondary objectives:
  3. To clear shelter backlogs and avail decent housing to all Kenyans, using local resources
  4. Spreading Bomakazi across Africa, continental and diaspora


    In 39 years:

  1. Develop 15.8 m decent self-servicing mortgage homesteads
  2. Generation of 47 m sustainable occupations
  3. Spreading Bomakazi across Africa, continental and diaspora

Core values

  1. The mission revolves around 5 compound guiding principles:
  2. Sustainably and holistically using local social, spiritual, ecological and economic resources to achieve renaissance based on a quadruple bottomline.
  3. Applying and defending the 7,500-year old recorded African history which contains answers to contemporary challenges and opens opportunities.
  4. Instituting inclusive planning and action based on African heritage and passing it on from ancestors to descendants.
  5. Promoting local self-sufficiency in resources, wealth and their use for the benefit of all Africans.
  6. Awareness that Africans are responsible for their own renaissance best achieved applying their own ideas of what that revitalization should be.

Potential obstacle

Outstripped supplies of strategic materials, skills and financial resources - Mitigation through address in national economic planning


Year 01-02   : Planning and design preliminary preparations
Year 03   : Construction commencement - 5 Rozabods
Year 07   : Completion of the first 100-Rozabod Mtaala
Years 08-20   : Rise in annual Rozabods production
Years 21-24   : Production steady at 601,000 Rozabods annually
Years 25-28   : Production steady at 729,000 Rozabods annually
Years 29-39   : Production steady at 884,000 Rozabods annually
Year 39  : 6.1 million backlog cleared and supply-demand equilibrium attained.
Year 41  : Supply at 338,000 Rozabods
Year 42  : Supply at 891,000 Rozabods
Year 43  : Supply at 913,000 Rozabods
Year 44 on   : Production increase at population growth rate

Financial profile (Preliminary estimates under ongoing scrutiny)
Total investment - sh. 172.4 trillion (US $ 1.90 trillion)
Annual aggregate - sh. 4.4 trillion, (US $ 50 billion)

Expenditure buildup indicator

Year 01 - sh 25 m (US $ 275,000) for preliminary
Year 39 - sh. 9.1 trillion (US $ 100 billion) for production 884,000 Rozabods annually