The Governor for the second day in kajiado west inspected various projects, accompanied by his Deputy Paul Ntiati , Executive Member of Education Hon. Nairowua, CECM for Roads Hon Ntikoisa, Area MCA Ole Ngusurr and other county officials.
Speaking during a meeting at Orngarua primary school where three ECDE classes were built by the county government Dr. Nkedienye commended that the job is well done. These was before touring Namunyak primary school to commission two classes built by his government. Addressing a crowd the governor calls for unity from all stakeholders to join hands with the government to improve development in the county. Warning people to avoid parties division and focus on development matters after officially opening classes Dr. Nkedianye reiterated the need of building the ECDE classes so as to relieve both parents and pupils the burden of travelling several miles so as to quench their thirst for education.
“Education is the key to every county development and my government is working hard to improve the education sector. We are building good ECDE classes all over the county because we want our children to get the best foundation when they are still young so that they can become future leaders.” Said Nkedianye Later the crowd moved to Ewuaso primary school for hospital inspection and two ECDE classes.
Dr. David Nkedianye has also warned contractors who don’t complete their projects that actions will be taken against them.
“All this contractors doing substandard jobs be warned. We will not accept people to misuse the taxpayer’s money doing shoddy works. The people of this county deserve to get the best from their money because they are sacrificing a lot while some people are doing projects poorly. We will not accept that.”
Speaking to a mass at Ewuaso primary the Governor was not impressed with work done and the residents were also grumpy about the same issue.
He ordered the contractors who were doing the job to go back and do a better job or else they will not be paid, also ordering the county ministry in charge to follow up and ensure the job is done again properly.
Later the Governor closed the day at Kisharu where he opened an hospital built by AMREF. He promised 50,000 for solar used. . The residents also lauded the support from the county government. Kisharu residents urged the County government to give them an ambulance and provided water since they are experiencing water shortage as well as a maternity clinic.