Lee Kinyanjui is one of the leaders in President Uhuru Kenyatta's Jubilee party who support Raila Odinga's Azimio La Umoja. Infact, the Nakuru County Governor has been in the forefront when it comes to popularizing the BBI Bill.
As the country heads to the August general election, Lee Kinyanjui made it clear that he will be defending his gubernatorial seat. The bad thing is that this time round, Lee Kinyanjui will face a stiff competition from Deputy President William Ruto's top ally Susan Kihika for the seat and for that reason, he will have to do more in order to secure his seat.
While that is the case, Lee Kinyanjui made a big move today that may make him invincible ahead of the forthcoming general election. The top governor ended up turning his critics into lovers after his Ksh.183 million hospital project.
"We visited Molo Sub-County Hospital that is being upgraded at a cost of Kshs.183million. We are glad that the hospital is 40% complete. Upon completion, the health facility will serve more people as patients will get specialized services including surgery." Tweeted Lee Kinyanjui.
Many people have been suffering because of difficult access to health facilities and with such a big money move, Lee Kinyanjui must have touched the hearts of many people.
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