The county government of Kericho have been working hard to enhance the welfare of the the residents of Kericho.Many projects have been set up for the betterment of the services provided to the people by the county government.
The county government have been encouraging investors from other countries and even outside the country.Yesterday,the debuty governor Hon.Lily Ng'ok presided over the official opening of a modern ICT laboratory at Kaptewit,Cheboin ward in Bureti constituency.
This transformational project was gifted to the community by the Wemyss Trust who have been working together with the county government.The project was to help the residents of Kaptewit together with the entire Cheboin ward to improve their ICT services.
Ng'ok said that since the project is already done,she is now calling for the forging and strengthening partnerships with stakeholders to improve the quality of life of the residents of the entire Kericho county.This was seen as a nice stand of the county government of Kericho towards it's residents.
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