After the handshake between Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga things were never the same again in the country. Deputy president and his supporters started feeling being left out in the administration and governing of the country. Most of DPs supporters blamed the handshake as the sole reason for Uhuru and Ruto fall out.
Despite the fall out between the two heads of the state, development agendas have been ongoing as usual. This agendas were purely initiated by the president and they are still in progress and some have been fully completed.
Some of this development projects by the president include;
1.Uhuru Market in Kisumu - which is located on a 23 acre land and it is a home to more than 10,000 small scale traders. The market has helped a lot in the economy of area and this is due to the fact that, it provides security and a platform for different traders. It also helped to give room and relocate traders who had lost their shops after a demolition.
2.Thiba Dam commonly known to many as the Runyenjes dam. It is located in Kirinyaga and it construction works began in 2020.The dam is projected to be 40 meters high and 1 kilometer wide and it reservoir sits on a 542 acres of land. Through this dam more land will be put into utilization through irrigation and thus improving the livelihood of the surrounding neighborhoods.
3.Projected increase in export of beans to the UK by 5%.Through the presidents unending negotiations with the UK the amount of beans which is one of the most abundant crops in Kenya, exportation has increased and thus favoring the Kenyan farmer.
4.Kakamega-Kisumu Highway this is a project initiated by His Excellency and has enabled easy connectivity of the two towns.Through the road, the areas have witnessed robust development in terms of creation of jobs and easy transport of farm produce.
Other projects worth a mention are:
a)potato factory in Nyandarua
b)cement factory in Nakuru
c)Reform of Kenya Meat commission
d)Rivatex East Africa Limited
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