The long a waited road project is set to commence by mid August as the preparation is underway.The 70km road project that is to enroute Agollo Muok, Kiabuya, Magunga then finally to Sindo is yet to start as some parts in the region construction has already started.The residents of Suba south are now set to see light again after long period of a dark tunnel.
If there is something to go by as far as development is concerned is infrastructure,this becomes the common denominator for every class of individuals,this is the key facilitator of development,in that the farmers from Kigoto,Lambwe,and the fishermen from NyandiwaKagoro,Kimoro,Ongukwa who were finding it difficult to take their products into the market due to the bad weather road will now have their goods in the market in time.Road alone has been a set back to the members of Suba region since it has also led to lose of lives.
This appeared to be one the project that was also tabled before the president during the Madaraka celebration in Kisumu the year 2021,the celebration that brought a new face of kisumu City and Nyanza as a whole.The project is set to start after the area mp John Mbadi confirmed everything were in place only a few were yet to arrive by the end of this month July 2021.
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