President Ruto is determined to ensure the people Kenya are receiving services and development. He promised Kenyans many things. One of them is to lower the cost of living by ensuring the price of basic commodities are affordable to many citizens. President Ruto has been seen commissioning development projects in various regions in Kenya. Today he was in South C in Nairobi to do the same.
According to the information in the local media, the national treasury has allocated more than six hundred and fifty million Kenya shilling for the improvement of transport system in Lake Victoria. The money is meant for acquiring Ferries and communication systems for the Lake Victoria region.
This is a good move made by the government. This development wil create jobs for youths in the region as well as bringing revenue to the national and county governments. Good transport system in the region will also promote trade in the region and beyond.
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