Seven earning houses for sale at Remera near Sonatube

Seven earning houses for sale at Remera near Sonatube
Seven earning houses for sale at Remera near Sonatube

Gandhi’s family have only acquired two properties so far – one has already been finished with the construction of its grandstand and another has already been given the green light.

Sohani’s family and the family of four said they would start moving things if the government allowed them to stay, adding that they were “still trying to work through the difficult decision of moving on the right to live”.

However, they also said they were still planning on making the move if they can get some kind of accommodation.

Moyamah, a family member of the family, told the BBC that things were still changing, but that the government was still on course for “strong action”.

In December 2015, an agreement by local authorities to sell the land for over $4 million was signed. But after two years and the approval of the property development group (BAL) and council officials of the property developers, this deal fell through in October 2016. https://jiji.co.rw/gasabo/houses-apartments-for-sale/seven-earning-houses-for-sale-at-remera-near-sonatube-vUZlam0cUCHxKau6h8mzcMAL.html

The area was cordoned off in April, while four homes were seized by local security forces, the home ministry said.

There have been no reports of casualties in the attack, which killed 11 people, state TV reported, as police worked to restore calm to the city.

The mayor of the city of Amman, who did not want to identify the assailants, told AFP that police had arrested 18 militants after a standoff, police said.


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Seven earning houses for sale at Remera near Sonatube

Seven earning houses for sale at Remera near Sonatube
Seven earning houses for sale at Remera near Sonatube

Gandhi’s family have only acquired two properties so far – one has already been finished with the construction of its grandstand and another has already been given the green light.

Sohani’s family and the family of four said they would start moving things if the government allowed them to stay, adding that they were “still trying to work through the difficult decision of moving on the right to live”.

However, they also said they were still planning on making the move if they can get some kind of accommodation.

Moyamah, a family member of the family, told the BBC that things were still changing, but that the government was still on course for “strong action”.

In December 2015, an agreement by local authorities to sell the land for over $4 million was signed. But after two years and the approval of the property development group (BAL) and council officials of the property developers, this deal fell through in October 2016. https://jiji.co.rw/gasabo/houses-apartments-for-sale/seven-earning-houses-for-sale-at-remera-near-sonatube-vUZlam0cUCHxKau6h8mzcMAL.html

The area was cordoned off in April, while four homes were seized by local security forces, the home ministry said.

There have been no reports of casualties in the attack, which killed 11 people, state TV reported, as police worked to restore calm to the city.

The mayor of the city of Amman, who did not want to identify the assailants, told AFP that police had arrested 18 militants after a standoff, police said.


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