The government under the leadership of his Excellency Uhuru Kenyatta have done a lot in helping citizens. In terms of developments, the government has done a lot of it. For instance, they have constructed roads, railway, medical centres, schools among many other projects. This has enabled citizens to access those facilities easily as they have been brought to their areas.
Good news to Kenyans as the government does the following is that, they are doing what they can to reduce cases of malaria in the country to 0%. Research shows that, malaria is caused by female anopheles mosquito. To reduce this problem, the government is issuing out nets to each and every individual to be safe from mosquitoes.
This is a good impression as the government is considering the health of their citizens. In some counties such as Bungoma county among many others, they have already been issued with those nets, and soon every one will be owning his or her own.
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