His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived at Kenol town in Murang'a County to inspect the ongoing expansion of the 84km Kenol-Sagana-Marua Highway whose construction is currently at 75% completion.
The road is being upgraded from a 2-lane single carriage to a 4-lane dual carriageway covering the entire 84km starting at Kenol passing through Makuyu, Makutano, Sagana, Kibingoti, Kibirigwi and Karatina towns, ending at Marua.
As a piece of the venture, various reciprocal errands are being applied among them creation of 10 business sectors and 45 boda sheds, transport park at Karatina city and starting up of 40km get right of passage to streets in Murang'a, Embu, Machakos, Kirinyaga and Nyeri Counties.
President Kenyatta, who's on a two-day running go to of Central Kenya, is planned to expense various far reaching Govt devpt drives comprehensive of the Mwai Kibaki Level 6 Hospital in Othaya, and manage wananchi at various visits.
The commencing of this road has brought employment to our youths and people lives have been stabilized live long our leader.
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