The deputy governor Nakuru county Dr.Erick Korir hosted a delegation comprising youth, women and elders from Kiptagich ward Kuresoi South Sub county.He said they discussed matters development, economic empowerment and the preferred political path in the forthcoming political season.
Korir said the ward has benefited from several completed, ongoing projects and those lined for this financial year which includes more than 15 feeder roads.He said Nakuru county administration has built,fenced and equipped two market shades in Kiptagich shopping center,tea buying centers all corners,roads in rural and town, distributed incubators,built ECDEs centers and water projects.The projects has help the society in many ways.
He said they took them through the Nakuru County Tea Cess bill 2020 that will see their cess used to develop roads and other structural facilities in their areas.He said being impressed by the county Service delivery they promised to work with them.He was accompanied by Chief Officer in charge of Agriculture Kibet Maina.
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