One of President Uhuru's legacy is to ensure that Kenyan's get access to water that can be harnessed into productive activities like agriculture. To prove the reality, the President Uhuru's government has managed to make this possible by launching mega-projects that are currently under construction i.e. Thiba Dam, Thwake Dam, Kariminu Dam etc.
From the photos that have been captured and shared by Wahome Thuku on his Facebook account, Kariminu Dam can be seen taking a new shape of Gatundu North as the contractors double their efforts to ensure that the dam is completed on time before President Uhuru retires from office next year.
Kariminu Dam is a mega-project under construction in Gatundu North, Kiambu County and it's estimated cost of construction is Ksh. 54 million. It is a Chinese firm that is undertaking the construction of that project that will be a benefit to the residents of Gatundu North and it's environs.Share, like, comment and follow us for more updates.
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