Governor Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya is holding a meeting with stakeholders and residents of Likuyani sub county to discuss development projects in the area.He said residents have the opportunity to engage him directly on development programs,share their grievances and give ideas that will transform the county.The residents will be free to tell their governor what they feel it should be done to improve themselves.
Oparanya said his government is determined to develop all parts of the county to ensure his people taste and enjoy the fruits of devolution at their doorstep.He said for the last nine years of devolution his administration initiated development projects at the grassroots to alleviate poverty and uplift the living standards of the people.
He said he appreciate the support he have gotten from the people of Likuyani sub county in achieving his development . Governor Oparanya is accompanied by his deputy H.E Prof Philip Kutima,CECMs led by Beatrice Sabana (Finance, Economic Planning and ICT) and other Officers.
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