Member of the National Assembly, Kimilili Constituency, Hon Didmus Barasa recently launched the house upgrading program which is aimed at eliminating all grass-thatched roof houses in Kimilili Constituency. Hon Didmus Barasa said that his administration is making sure that the program leaves a positive impact on the lives of his people in Kimilili Constituency.
The goal is to create a safe and more comfortable living environment for his people by upgrading their homes and eliminating grass-thatchet houses. He affirmed that his team is not stopping soon until everyone is reached.
"Our House Upgrading program continues, we are making sure that the program leaves a positive impact on the lives of my people Kimilili residents. Our goals is to create a safe and more comfortable living environment for our people by Upgrading their homes and eliminating grass-thatchet houses. We are not stopping soon until everyone is reached", Hon Didmus Barasa stated.
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