President Uhuru Kenyatta administration has invested majorly on infrastructural projects in his second term in government. Various massive infrastructural projects have been commissioned by senior government officials. Most of this projects have been initiated in Nairobi county.
Today Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiangi led Jubilee leaders in inspecting three mega heath projects in Nairobi. This is part of president Uhuru Kenyatta directive of quick implementation of already started infrastructural projects.
The leaders inspected three hospitals in the county. They inspected Ngundu Kamulu level three hospital, Ngomongo level two hospital and Zimmerman-piekens level two hospital. This three mega health facilities are been constructed by Nairobi metropolitan service under the leadership of Major general Badi.
Various Jubilee leaders from Nairobi county and Mount Kenya region accompanied the cabinet secretaries in the inspection tour. Health cabinet secretary Mutahi Kagwe and senior county officials were also present in the inspection tour. The leaders pledged to continue working together in transforming the city capital.
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