Few days after President William Ruto on Tuesday night called off his visit to Kisii County for a Thanksgiving service on Sunday, details have emerged that the president will be touring Homa Bay County, for the second time since his inauguration, before the month ends on Wednesday next week.
The exact day still remain unclear, with the main aim being to presided over a groundbreaking ceremony for construction of affordable housing in Homa Bay Town.
This came a day after his Lands and Housing Cabinet Secretary Zakariah Njeru handed over 11-acre piece of land to the contractor in Makongeni Estate, a move that was witnessed by the Governor Gladys Wanga.
According to the Nation, Njeru who was hosted by Wanga said that the work should begin on December 1st.
According to Wanga, the move would create opportunity to the youths who will get jobs during the construction further added that the project would allow the residents to live in decent houses since most of their houses are made of iron sheets.
The apartments blocks which will be 4-storey buildings will be 110 units, and will include 40 two bedroom houses, 40 one bedroom houses and 30 studios.
It has also been reported that the contractor, Ernie Campbell Company Limited would put up a Level Three Health Centre, with Wanga urging the national government to support the county in getting water supply to the site and also a fire station.
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