For our fundraising we got a new target. But how can we make sure that the land has not been sold on the one hand or has not become more expensive again on the other hand? The prices of the plots are still rising and they are very much in demand. We are not the only ones interested in the land. In Kenya, Bonface has already met with a lawyer and done research on the land. The land is being sold by the eldest son (four sons in total) for the mother. The mother inherited the land after the death of her husband and wants to divide the money gained from the sale among her sons. Bonface also talked to them and had the information confirmed. During the legal research it came out that the mother is listed as the owner in the documents, which also confirms the given information. Together with our lawyer we are currently working on an agreement to make a down payment and pay the rest of the money. We have already raised this proposal with the oldest son and his family and we were given the okay. The son agrees if a deposit of 8 million KSH is paid the rest of the money (6 million KSH) will be paid as soon as possible and in the next 6 months (after signing the agreement). Our lawyer is currently sitting on the drafting of such an agreement.
For us this means a fundraising target of 55-60k €, which we have to reach as soon as possible.