Rural areas have been characterized negatively for poor infrastructure, resources, schooling and many more. This has since changed to be more blurred in recent years, being ignited by intentional or unintentional migration. Unintentional migration is relocation that happens when the migrant has no power in the decision, these may include a varied number of reasons incorporating political and family contradictions. Deliberate development covers all relocation done by choice. There are numerous components that reason deliberate country urban movement, for example, urban openings for work; lodging conditions; provincial land residency and legacy designs; rustic social structure and social esteems; among different components.