|Photo courtesy of President Uhuru Kenyatta After Landing In Kisumu|
Remaining very few days before President Uhuru Kenyatta's term as Head of State explodes, the President is now busy launching projects across the country.
Today Monday, the President toured his home region, Central where he launched various mega-projects like the Kshs 24 billion Karimenu II Dam and also interacted with the residents who turned out in large numbers to receive him.
Also this evening, the President has landed in Kisumu as he begins his 3-day official tour to the Nyanza and Western regions for a series of activities. The President will be launching various projects, holding consultative meetings with the Nyanza and Western regions as well as engaging the residents ahead of retirement.
Upon landing at Miwani this evening, the President inspected a viaduct project along Nakuru-Kisumu highway which is being rehabilitated by the Kenya Defense Forces. The President also interacted with the residents who received him.
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