Resumption of Construction for Referral Maternity Hospital in Bahati Sub-County

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Discussing the Referral Maternity Hospital in Bahati Sub-County

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The construction of a state-of-the-art multi-million-shilling referral Maternity Hospital in Bahati Sub-County is set to resume following a meeting between the Project Implementation Committee and the Kingdom Seekers Fellowship (KSF) vision bearer, Apostle John Kimani Williams.

This project represents a joint public-private partnership between Nakuru County and the Kingdom Seekers Fellowship, aligning with Governor Susan Kihika’s development agenda. The meeting aimed to discuss the resumption of construction and ensure the successful completion of the hospital.

Apostle Kimani expressed appreciation for Governor Kihika’s commitment to the project and sought political goodwill to facilitate its successful completion. He pledged continued support for such projects as part of the Kingdom Seekers Fellowship’s community social responsibility.

Chief Officer of the Office of the Governor, Newton Mwaura, assured the KSF team of the Governor’s full support. He expressed excitement about the project’s progress and anticipated the positive impact it would have on the community.

The meeting included key officials such as County Attorney Caleb Nyamwange, Chief Officer for Medical Services Dr Samuel Murima, Chief Officer for Public Health Alice Abuki, Chief Officer for Lands and Physical Planning Catherine Changuony, Chief Officer for Resource Mobilization Alex Maina and others. The collaborative efforts between Nakuru County and the Kingdom Seekers Fellowship signify a commitment to improving healthcare infrastructure for the benefit of the community.

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