The member of Parliament for Borabu ConstituencyBen Momanyi has today announced that the Construction of a Modern Market in Nyansiongo has kicked off. According to the MP, the project will cost Ksh 200 million which is fully sponsored by the state department for National Housing.
The engineers from department, market leadership and Borabu NG-CDF attended the ground breaking ceremony recently. Once Complete the market will serve people of Borabu Constituency and it's environs.
Nyamira County was one of the counties in the country that had few market places. Despite the County's ability in producing agricultural products. Traders in the area will be shielded from heavy rains and scorching sun. Once the market is complete it will also improve county revenue collection.
Borabu Constituency is the home to CS for Interior Fred Matiangi. Recently, the Constituency benefited with a Magistrate court in Nyansiongo. The roads in the area have also inproved massively.
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