Nakuru Governor, H.E Susan Kihika, has officially launched the rehabilitation project for the Gorofa-Kapchorwa road in Amalo ward, Kuresoi South Sub-County. The 14.5-kilometer road improvement initiative is a crucial step toward enhancing connectivity for residents in the area.
The rehabilitation process will include grading, murraming, installation of culverts, and the implementation of a drainage system. These enhancements aim to not only facilitate easier transportation but also benefit the local agricultural sector.
Governor Kihika emphasized her administration’s commitment to opening up access roads in the agriculturally rich region during the event. The improved road infrastructure is expected to assist farmers in reaching markets more efficiently, thereby promoting the sale of their produce.
In addition to the road rehabilitation project, the Governor outlined other initiatives slated for implementation in the financial year. These include the construction of Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) classrooms, the employment of ECDE teachers, and the provision of clean and reliable water through the drilling, equipping, and piping of water projects.
Governor Kihika was joined by Deputy Governor David Kones, Speaker of the County Assembly of Nakuru Joel Karuri, Acting County Secretary Dr. Samuel Mwaura, County Executive Committee Members (CECMs), Chief Officers, Members of County Assembly (MCAs), and other county officials during the launch.