Even though President Uhuru Kenyatta has a limited time left on his side before he goes home for retirement, he has noy stopped working. His wish has always been to leave behind a strong legacy when his time of leadership comes to an end and surely, he has tried his best.
Today, President Uhuru Kenyatta left the residents of Nyamira County happy and relieved after his government competed the construction of Ekerenyo Sub County Hospital in-patient complex. That is something that was confirmed by Ben Momanyi.
Through his official twitter account, Ben Momanyi thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta and Interior CS Fred Matiang'i for the good work. He went on to confirm that the Hospital was one of the projects proposed by leaders from Nyamira County before now calling the government to deal with other things that they proposed like roads and the Manga stadia.
"I wish to thank H. E President Uhuru Kenyatta and CS Matiang'i for actualizing construction of Ekerenyo Sub County Hospital in-patient complex. This is one of the project we proposed as Nyamira MPs. In the memo, we also asked for several roads projects, Nyamaiya & Manga stadia." Tweeted Ben Momanyi.
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