Meru County Governor Dr. Kawira Mwangaza has broken some good news to a section of Meru residents, revealing the alleged development initiated by the County government in Kibiru ward.
Taking to social media platform this evening, the government announced that a team from the County government of Meru represented her in launching a heavy grading exercise in Kibiru ward.
"For every night, there is a brighter day, and for the people of Kibiru, the dawn is already here with us.
My Ag. Chief Officer for Roads, Eng. George Kimathi, Hon. Jim Muchui, MCA Athwana ward, and the Athwana Ward administrator, Mr.Evans Kailemia, today on behalf of H.E Governor Kawira Mwangaza launched the heavy grading exercise of Gwa Kathee-Kibiru dispensary road," the governor announced via as shared on her Facebook page.
The governor revealed that during the launch of the grading of the road, Eng. Kimathi assured that the project would be done observing all quality measures and that many other roads would be launched in the ward.
She also revealed that the Ag. the chief officer instructed that all the labor and other requirements in the project should be sourced from the locality to directly better the lives of the residents.
On the other grievances from residents, including water shortage, poor roads, and drainage system, and shortage of drugs in the dispensary, the chief officer allegedly noted that the County government was keen to address these grievances and called on the people to support the County government for efficiency.
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