The current Governor of Homabay Cyprian Achilaus Otieno Awiti under his tenure in office promised to build a multi-billion Agricity Project to help its residents following an agreement with United Kingdom investors. The governor who is in his final term in office has received backlash from Kenyans over his proposed project.
Through his social handle dated back to 2013, he promised of the multi-billion Agricity that will open up the county. He said on his Facebook page, "On behalf of Homa Bay County, I have signed Multi-Billion USD Agricity Project with a UK investor. The City in Homa Bay will have up to 50,000 house development with 1,000 Nutridomes on about 900 hectares of land near the lake and we will have access to water. The city itself will require 175 MW of power, which the investor will build as part of the overall program. We look forward to a groundbreaking ceremony on a date to be confirmed."
However, Kenyans cheekily launched an attack on his said project seven years down the line that is still yet to be started. Here are some of the replies among Kenyans directed to the Homabay governor.
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