Member of Parliament for Bahati constituency Hon. Kimani Ngunjiri thanked the national government for provision of funds through National constituency developments fund (CDF) that was dispersed for construction of modern police station. The construction which is 90% complete is supervised by the law maker and it is expected to be used by officers soon. The modern house will assist the officers to conduct their daily duties in a more organized manner. Officers will have all modern essentials for smooth operation in the constituency.
Hon. Ngunjiri post some photos in his official Twitter account that showed commitment among the residents of Bahati constituency within Nakuru county. Residents are expected to report and seek assistance from the station once opened. "Inspecting the ongoing construction of Lanet Police Station which is almost at completion stage. This facility will hold all the gazetted departments of the police service which essentially brings services closer to the constituents,' Ngunjiri posted.
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