“FTD is a unique facility” – Meet our client Mr. Samuel Mutungi Mutegi
It’s a great honour each time our clients give us their thoughts and opinion on the Fumba Town Development Project, and we couldn’t be more grateful for their honesty and thoughtfulness! Today the Human Rights Advocate working with UN, Mr. Samuel Mutegi, 40, from Kenya, shares his thoughts on why Fumba Town Development is unique, and why he feels so secure with the investment with us.
1. What made you invest in Zanzibar and why did you choose Fumba Town Development?
A home by a beach has been my dream – and not just in any location. Zanzibar was/is the idyllic location for me. The people are nice, and I just love Zanzibar. It is a place that has so much history, but also culture. It is the destination. FTD is a unique facility – and it is not just the building and structures, it is the whole concept. It has a theme that no one else is offering. And a foresight of the future – a greener, friendlier, serene environment. FTD is affordable and I love the flexibility on payments – but I guess that is both ways.
2. What future do you see in your investment in Fumba Town and how secure do you feel regarding your investment and Zanzibar?
I see a wonderful vacation home. I see a place of mixed cultures and diversity- I feel like it will be a place where nature and humanity merge and live together in harmony on an island so famed in East Africa.
The FTD team and the whole idea has been very promising and credible so far. The Team is friendly, flexible and very client-oriented. They are passionate about developing a Town that is unique and different. Zanzibar is safe and so is Tanzania. The social capital is big and with discovery of gases and oil on the coast of Zanzibar and Dar es Salaam and numerous other resources in the mainland, I feel Tanzania and Zanzibar will have a lot to offer, as it is realizing its potential. It is a sleeping giant. And there is the element of safety. Albeit skirmishes that occur during electoral period, Zanzibar and Tanzania is still a beacon of hope.
3. What is it about Zanzibar that attracts you the most?
The people are nice, the mix of cultures, the great diversity and history and the beautiful beaches.
4. For which purpose do you intend to use your house?
I will partly let it and occasionally stay there.
5. What are you looking forward to the most?
I am looking forward to the completion of the project – to everything and all as it looks in the plans.