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31 Mar
By: CGK 0


The Governor and his Deputy enjoys a cup of tea when they arrived in Kajiado west sub county.

The Governor and his Deputy enjoys a cup of tea when they arrived at Kajiado west sub county.

The Governor is in Kajiado West sub county  for the entire week to commission a series of projects done by the county government. He is accompanied by his deputy Paul Ntiati and other officers from the county among them Jeremiah Nairowua CECM for education, Governor inspected Ilparakuo Dispensary before addressing its residents. the  County boss noted that the job is well done, urging the people around the area to use the hospital since it was built for them. After speaking to the doctor in charged he said, “The turn up of people is good.” the County boss promised to fence the school Later the Governor spoke to Magadi residents in the market place where the crowd assembled. Nkedianye urged the multitude to embrace unity and forget political variances. The Governor also responded to the residents, concerning roads issue saying he will consult the area MCA Hon.Parken to see the  way forward. Warning shapely on land selling the Governor told the residents they must stop selling land and do other business. “You must stop selling of land and look for other business to do.” Nkedianye said.

The county boss also told the residents about the ongoing registration of disable people in the county, as a way of knowing their number for tranquil provision.
Patrick Sayianka one of the residents applauded the job done by the county government saying since their reign in power a lot of change occurred in their locality. He added that their children are delight in attending school near their homes, mentioning ECDE built by the county in the area. “We are happy because  the county government has building ECDE classes, our children are going to school at a nearer distance.” Said Sayianka
Sayianka urged the county topmost to help them in curbing water shortage in the area since it is among the challenges facing the residents.