Economic home owner gains

  1. Inbuilt ability to purchase the residence and the 4 businesses
  2. Greatly increased household expendable income
  3. 5 other substantial benefits

Economic housing cooperative gains


  1. Greatly increased membership enrollment drawn by ownership of:
  2. A rozabod and the concomitant businesses, or,
  3. Industry through the SACCO, or,
  4. Both
  5. Straight-forward construction and agro-related manufacture
  6. Locational advantage and transactions on the 10 initial Mtaala’s
  7. Diaspora Mtaala development
  8. Buying into Bomakazi Systems for long-term, continental shelter development
  9. Promised future investment funding and long-term profits.
  10. Pioneering position secures vital intelligence for timely industrial investment


  1. Factory-based basic, light, hi-tech to heavy industry associated with construction, agro and allied inputs.


  1. Light - Construction and agribusiness such as low and hi-tech components
  2. Heavy - Strategic materials’ production such as cement, steel and timber to counter looming shortages.


Projected heavy industry strategic materials’ probable annual gaps and concomitant profits in years 29-39:

  1. Ownership of:
  2. Cement - 17.7 m tons - sh 71 b
  3. Steel - 3.09 m tons - sh 12 b
  4. Timber - 37,000 acres - sh 7 b

Industrial investment funding

  1. Supported via the financiers and government due to:
  2. Existing linkages and coincidental, long-term interests
  3. Alignment with Vision 2030, NEPAD and Sustainable Development Goals
  4. Captive market and Bomakazi maturation into REITs.

Industrial investment superior to:

Customary high-rise real estate development due to uncertainties in African urban milieu occasioned by:

  1. Changing settlement patterns, economic theory, and socio-political outlooks.
  2. Competition from large Mtaala’s’ which siphon urban populations and head off rural-urban migration.
  3. African predilection for territoriality, wide open spaces and proximity to nature
  4. Realization that Africa lacks the ingredients that built up western economies.
  5. African predilection for territoriality, wide open spaces and proximity to nature.
Land speculation:
  1. Due to Resource misallocation and stretched development timelines.
  2. Which does not really create wealth.
  3. Better left to local landowners, real estate agents and land survey offices.

Other household benefits are:

  1. Holistic security covering physical, financial, social, spiritual, health, nutritional aspects.
  2. Secure neighborhood and hinterland conducive to institution-building,
  3. Serenity, peace, good health and comfortable retirement
  4. Improved child nurture and education
  5. Production of well-grounded African citizens.
  6. About 20 other individual, family, neighborhood and national gains.
  7. Formal and informal education opportunities
  8. Knowledge application to resolve challenges

Other Bomakazi attributes

  1. Government-enabled, grass roots, private sector, demand-driven social enterprise.
  2. Helps meet constitutional obligations, increases consistent food supply, safeguards national sovereignty and offers a return to our African way of living.
  3. Suitable vehicle for reaping the demographic dividend maturing in 2010 -90

Synergistic benefits

  1. The Mtaala serenity, Rozabod residential and agribusiness activities, strengthened family, trustworthy and agreeable neighbors, amenities, commuter transport and other attractants, encourage commuter early homecoming eschewing expensive sojourns in city cafeterias and bars.
  2. The individual and society also benefit from lowered corruption due to financial security, life purpose and self-esteem which negate the need to inflate status.
  3. The popular psyche is industrialized, demystifying technology, leading to socio-economic growth

Societal gains include:

  1. Support to governments in mandate delivery.
  2. Financiers profit in a more communalistic manner.
  3. Africans living in their own civilization, defining and directing their destiny.