Maza Tsaye Security Wall
With Maradi’s rapid growth as the economic capital of Niger and her second largest city, the Maza Tsaye property is feeling the pressure of urbanization. Wire fencing is no longer an adequate barrier, given the value of the woodlots and grazing possibilities that the propoerty offers in the midst of a crowded urban area. A 2.7 metre high wall provides appropriate security as well as privacy and tranquility that the property is seeking to create. In addition, culturally, a concrete wall denotes property ownership, so it removes the possibility of the property being taken over by local authorities.