The completion of the road project which is allegedly reported to have coated over ksh. 86 million has left Kilimambogo residents into endless happiness after they revealed that since the country attained its independence, the region have been with a tarmacked road.
"It is the first time for us to have a tarmacked road in this area. The roads have been dilapidated and so we are so happy that we have witnessed this progress," Wilson Maina, a resident, said.
The magnitude of happiness could even propel them to remove their shoes so as to step on the new road with their bare feet.
"The infrastructure will help spearhead the development in this town and we are happy that we will experience the growth," said Francis Ngaruiya.
The County Government of Kiambu in conjunction with the World Bank is also set to install street lights to ensure that security is upheld in the area. The two projects will cost a total of Ksh86 million.
"We started this project in July(2020) and we are hopeful that we will be done in the next three months," said Joakim Mwangi, MCA Kilimambogo town.
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