Matiang'i at the Coast to Inspect Government Projects
By Tebare | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 0 views
CS Fred Matiang'i
The interior Cabinet secretary Fred Matiang'i is at the coastal region, being the most powerful cabinet secretary, sometimes referred to as the super sectary, is at the coast on official duties.
Mr Matiang'i is at the coastal region in his capacity as the super cabinet secretary, to inspect the government's project in the region, assess the level of their completion, and file back the report to the president.
Matiang'i has already visited the Liwatoni bridge, and he will be visiting some more government projects, that the government is working on.
Jubilee government is keen to fulfill it's promise to the people, that it made during the 2017 elections through its manifesto, and the president looks keen to deliver.
With little limited time left, the government is running against time to see the project completed, and handed over to the public, for their use, to better their livelihood.
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