Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has made an impressive progress in building a house for a needy widow in Kisii County. Matiang'i embarked on the project for the widow Dinah Nyaboke, whose husband's body was wrongfully detained in a morgue for six years.
Egesa FM presenter Nancy Kwamboka shared photos online weeks after construction started at their Nyamache home showing that the construction process had been taken quickly. The images showed two identical houses next to each other for Nyaboke and her son, Douglas.
As seen from the images, the walling has been completed and the roof support structures of the houses awaiting roofing sheets. Also, the electricity meters were also installed awaiting for connection to the national grid system.
Kwamboka expressed blessings upon Matiang'i while looking forward to the finishing day for the houses. "Furnishing of the houses is near completion. Already we have everything to furnish the house. On the day of handing over, we will celebrate while praising God. When God decides to bless you, it is done. Nobody can stop it. Be blessed, Matiang'i. We will never forget your kindness." Kwamboka said.
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