President Uhuru Kenyatta is on a mission to transform the country into an economic hub through his various infrastructural development inputs. Good infrastructure is a clear indicator of robust economic development of a nation. This is even made practical as the country registered a very rapid economic growth in 2018 with a margin of 5%.
The Northern Kenya has benefitted greatly from this economic reform by president Uhuru Kenyatta with a host of various infrastructural projects dotting the region.
The following top 3 mega projects tops the list in Northern Kenya;
This is the largest Windpower project in Africa. The station with a capability of producing 300MW of power was a project by the government to offer clean and affordable energy in the region and it's surrounding. The project consumed US$ 680 million and runs on a 365 turbines.
2. Isiolo-Mandera Road.
The tarmacking of Isiolo-Mandera road was one of the mega achievements of President Uhuru Kenyatta in Northern Kenya. The projects covers Isiolo,Wajir and Mandera counties. It is 748km in length had a budget of US $841 million.
3. Marsabit Stadium
The project was launched by president Uhuru Kenyatta in 2017 and the first phase of the project was given 373 million Kenyan shillings. The project which is being undertaken by two construction firms,Arid Lands and Benisa Limited features a VIP pavillion,an international standard pitch and athletic track.
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