Investment opportunities for Kenyans in the diaspora are numerous, yet many are oblivious of avenues where they can channel their funds for capital gain. Kenyans in the diaspora are often in need of information on key areas of investment that they can explore back home. It is with this in mind that Optiven visited Canada and the USA to engage Kenyans that are keen on investing in Kenya.
In Canada, real Estate Company Optiven met with hundreds of Kenyans in Toronto, Montreal, Quebec, Niagara Region, Mississauga and Ottawa. During these visits, Optiven CEO, George Wachiuri, shared information and ideas on investment opportunities available in Kenya, beyond real estate. Mr. Wachiuri took the opportunity to expound on Kenya’s Vision 2030 as well as micro and macroeconomic issues that affect the country. Kenya Vision 2030 aims to transform Kenya into a newly industrializing, middle-income country providing a high quality of life to all its citizens by the year 2030.
The visit to the different regions entailed engaging discussions around the kinds of contributions that Kenyans living abroad can make to the Kenyan economy. Watch Optiven CEO George Wachiuri inspire Kenyans in Canada: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAUXkiBf51c&list=PLTR0Q_cZ3cWmmV7lQgud3__dYIHGfdX6E
The company introduced its unique model of value addition on land as well the 0% down plan that allows clients to own prime land without having to put down a deposit. Optiven representatives received a warm reception, particularly for their charity work, which is carried out through Optiven Foundation. Among the programs that were well received was the “Soaring Eagles scholarship Programme”, which got a lot of support in all the regions that Optiven visited. Kenyans in Canada were keen to partner with the foundation to support orphaned and destitute children across Kenya.
Mr. Wachiuri further spoke about Optiven real estate’s commitment to giving 5% of its total revenue to social transformation. The funds are channeled into causes centered on environmental conservation such as “forsake your cake and plant a tree”, restoration of dignity among the elderly by building houses for forgotten senior citizens and supporting HIV positive children in Kenya.
Most Kenyans in Canada were eager to learn more about Optiven real estate, as most have lost millions to fraudsters. The CEO reassured them that Optiven’s 18 years of experience in business and awards won, make Optiven the company to invest in.
We thank all the Kenyans in Canada who signed up to invest in Optiven and we assure them that they will be laughing all the way to the bank as they watch their money grow. For those who missed the energetic and inspiring CEO in action, visit their YouTube channel “Optiven Kenya” or website www.optiven.co.ke to learn more.
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