Today, the Transport, Roads and Public Works Cabinet Secretary Onesmus Kipchumba Murkomen met with President William Samoei Ruto at State House, Nairobi. The Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua and other Cabinet Secretaries including Alice Wahome were also present.
Photo : (Courtesy) President William Ruto talking with Cabinet Secretaries at State House.
Taking to his twitter account, Murkomen Said, "President Ruto in bilateral talks with the President of Italy and his delegation. We appreciate Italian support in urban infrastructure development, Health and water sector".
Photo : (Courtesy) Used for Illustrations purposes only.
He further revealed that the discussion sorrounded the revival of the Arror, Kimwarer and Itare dams whose construction had been stopped due to corruption.
"I am particularly elated and vindicated in so far as my crusade against the frustration of Itare, Arror and Kimwarer projects is concerned. The resumption of the projects will have a positive socioeconomic impact in our country", he added.
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