On Friday, September 9, 2018, President William Ruto unveiled five multi-billion dollar projects in Western Kenya. Kakamega Airport, which will now receive planes straight without stoppages at Kisumu International Airport, became operational for commercial flights thanks to Ruto's efforts. Reconstruction of Kakamega Airport was a joint effort between the national government and the county government of Kenya.
Because of the poor condition of the Kakamega Airstrip, a military helicopter transporting William Ruto when he was still serving as deputy president was compelled to land at the Kisumu international airport approximately eight years ago. It was communicated to the authorities at Wilson Airport moments before Ruto boarded the Air force chopper, forcing the pilot to fly to Kisumu. The airport is located in Kenya. therefore resolved to bring it up to date.
In addition, the President praised the efforts of the previous governor, Wycliffe Oparanya, who was responsible for building the Kakamega Teaching and Referral Hospital. As a result, the President promised to fully stock the hospital. Ruto is responsible for the construction of the dormitories at Masinde Muliro University, which he also commissioned. In addition to this, he issued orders to the ministries of the interior and land to guarantee that the land that had been illegally taken around the institution be reclaimed and returned to its rightful owner.
In addition to this, he requested that the Ministry of Education enable the building of a flyover footbridge at MMUST.
On the other hand, he clarified that each and every one of the pledges they made throughout the campaigns will be carried out.
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