Infrastructure sector is the major part of President Uhuru Kenyatta's legacy he's leaving behind as the 4th president of Kenya. He has doubled the number of kilometers of roads that have been constructed since independence.
Former president Mwai Kibaki is also being remembered not only for his economic achievements but also for his infrastructural development especially the Iconic Thika Super Highway.
Uasin Gishu County is one of the beneficiaries of President Uhuru's projects with multi billion bypass being constructed under his administration. The bypass is set to connect Cheplaskei and Maili-Tisa through Kapseret.
The 5 billion project was flagged off in 2017 by the president with his deputy. It is expected to decongest traffic jam normally witnessed at Eldoret CBD on busy Mombasa-Uganda highway.
Though it has taken longer time than it was expected, its construction will be complete in a few months. This will greatly impact on the development of Eldoret town as well as developing areas within its outskirts.
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