Nakuru County Secretary, Dr. Samuel Mwaura, accompanied by Hon. Stephen Kuria, CECM of Trade, Industry, Marketing, and Tourism, and City Board Chair, Stephen Muli, undertook a comprehensive tour of Nakuru City’s bus park and the former matatu stage point, Kwa Jack. The primary objective of this visit was to assess the current condition of these crucial areas and explore potential development initiatives aimed at reinvigorating their economic vibrancy.
The strategic assessment focused on various components, including security measures, the establishment of ablution blocks, and the creation of well-equipped waiting bays. This holistic approach reflects the Administration’s commitment, under the leadership of H.E Governor Susan Kihika, to create a conducive and prosperous environment that will significantly contribute to the overall socioeconomic development of both the city and the entire county.
The tour signals a proactive stance by Nakuru County in identifying key areas for enhancement within urban infrastructure. By integrating essential elements such as security measures and facilities that cater to the needs of commuters, the initiative aims to not only revitalize these specific locations but also contribute to the overall improvement of Nakuru City’s economic landscape.
This strategic move aligns with Governor Susan Kihika’s vision for a city that not only serves as a transport hub but also fosters a vibrant economic atmosphere. As Nakuru continues to evolve and grow, these targeted initiatives underscore the commitment to sustainable urban development, ensuring that the city remains a thriving centre for both residents and businesses.
The collaborative effort involving key stakeholders in this assessment reflects the collective dedication to fostering positive change. Through initiatives like these, Nakuru County is actively working towards creating an environment that not only meets the present needs of its residents but also paves the way for a prosperous and sustainable future.