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Susan Kihika Breaks Silence After Ruto's State House Meeting (Photos)

Nakuru governor Susan Kihika speaks out as she reveals what she was doing today when her party leader president William Ruto was having a meeting with leaders and members of various houses allied to the United Democratic Alliance party (UDA) and those from the Kenya Kwanza allied parties at State House Nairobi Kenya.

In her statement that she released today, the vocal lawmaker claims that she is happy that the drilling of what is doing well in the county where she thanked different shareholders for the good job."I am happy to note that drilling the borehole that we handed over to the contractor in the Milima area, Kamara ward in Kuresoi north sub-county, is now done.

"Pump text shows the borehole will give an average of 11,000 litres per hour. (Over 260,000 littres per day), which will serve over 750 house holds in the area. We shall soon be equipping and installing solar to make aure the water reaches the intended beneficies as soon as possible," the vocal mt Kenya politician said.Susan Kihika is one of the key mount Kenya leaders whom of late have not been accompanying the head of state and government Ruto to his mount Kenya tours where today Kihika did not attended Parliamentary Gruop meeting in Nairobi.

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Kenya Nakuru Susan Kihika


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