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We are talking about houses that have a life cycle so affordability doesn't stop at the point of buying a house but instead expands to the occupancy life of a house," Mr John Kilungi, the vice chairperson and head of advocacy committee at Kenya Green Building Society (KGBS), told DN2.
In the Soviet Union, the NKVD eventually became the KGB, and Applebaum speaks of the puppet regimes' having had their own "little KGBs." The secret police were aided by a ubiquitous net of informers.
Countries that do not have such strict constitutional safeguards on federal police end up with Gestapos, KGBs, and Departments of Homeland Security.