Nakuru Governor Susan Kihika Enhances Community Well-Being with Naivasha Municipal Park Refurbishment



In a move aimed at enhancing the quality of life for residents, Nakuru County Governor Her Excellency Susan Kihika unveiled the newly refurbished Naivasha Municipal Park in Naivasha Sub-county. This exciting development opens doors to a rejuvenated space where residents can unwind and connect with nature, all while enjoying modern amenities, including complimentary WiFi.

The grand reopening of the Naivasha Municipal Park signifies a significant milestone in Governor Kihika’s ongoing efforts to improve public spaces and promote recreational activities within the community. With the addition of essential facilities such as sanitation facilities, paved walkways, well-maintained lawns, and garden benches, the park now offers a welcoming environment for individuals and families alike.

One of the standout features of the park’s refurbishment is the introduction of WiFi connectivity, allowing visitors to stay connected while enjoying the tranquil surroundings. This addition not only enhances the park experience but also promotes digital inclusion and connectivity within the community.

During the opening ceremony, Governor Kihika outlined her administration’s commitment to enhancing the well-being of residents through various development projects. In addition to the park refurbishment, she highlighted several completed and ongoing initiatives, including the establishment of Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) facilities, road improvements, water access, and street lighting. These projects reflect Governor Kihika’s holistic approach to community development, addressing key areas such as education, infrastructure, and public services.

Furthermore, Governor Kihika reiterated her pledge to implement a school feeding program across the county, emphasizing the importance of nutrition in supporting children’s growth and academic success. By prioritizing initiatives that promote health, education, and recreation, Governor Kihika aims to create a conducive environment for residents to thrive and prosper.

The event saw the participation of Deputy Governor His Excellency David Kones, Chief of Staff Dr. Peter Ketyenya, County Secretary Dr. Samuel Mwaura, and various County Executive Committee Members (CECMs), including Roslyn Mungai (Health), Dr. Nelson Maara (Water), Iribe Njogu (Finance), and Michael Kamau (Infrastructure), among others. Their presence underscores the collective commitment of the county government to delivering on its promises and improving the lives of residents across Nakuru County.

As the refurbished Naivasha Municipal Park opens its gates to the public, it symbolizes not only a physical transformation but also a renewed sense of community pride and unity. Governor Kihika’s unwavering dedication to enhancing public spaces and amenities reflects her vision for a vibrant and prosperous Nakuru County, where every resident has the opportunity to thrive.

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