“Najua Kuna Kiswahili Kuhusu Kimwarer Na Arror Dams” – Ruto Speaks About Reviving the Two Dams
The contentious Ksh 63 billion Kimwarer and Arror dams in Elgeyo Marakwet County are set to be revived during the Kenya Kwanza administration’s tenure. This is according to President William Ruto who promised to fast track the project. Speaking during an interdenominational thanksgiving service in Kabarnet, Baringo County, Ruto said that the two were among more than 1,000 dams scheduled for building and de-silting in order to alleviate ongoing water shortages and food insecurity in the country.
President Ruto Finally Reveals How He Will Fund His Projects As He Says The Govt Is Broke
After claiming for some time that there is no money in the government's coffers, President William Ruto has disclosed how he expects to finance his initiatives moving forward. However, he has stated that this will not stop his government from working on projects that it feels will improve the lives of people living in Kenya.
Ruto Admits Gov't is Broke, Comes up With a Clever Way of Funding His Projects
President William Ruto has revealed how he now intends to fund his projects, after a while of saying that the government is broke. But he has said that this will not prevent his government from working on projects that it believes will better the lives of Kenyans. Among them, he said on Sunday, are one thousand dams to be built around the country, one hundred of which he noted have started.
One of The Parent of The 3 Uon Students Recounts What His Son Was About to do Before His Death
Richard Singa a father to Mordecai Amaya, one of the three University of Nairobi students who died is saddened by the fact that his son was about to graduate before his death. Amaya was a 4th year medical student. According to Amaya's father, his son was preparing to graduate before he could start working as an intern doctor and medical researcher.
Family Of UoN Medical Student Who Died After Boat Capsized Reveals His Plans After Graduation
Three University of Nairobi students drowned while four others were rescued after their boat capsized in Lake Victoria on Saturday. The students were part of a group of Christians from different parts of the country who converged at Port Victoria in Budalang’i constituency for special prayers to usher in the new year.
Revealed: Medical University Student Who Was Due To Graduate Among 3 Who Died In Busia Boat Tragedy
One of the three University of Nairobi students who died in Busia boat tragedy in Lake Victoria on Saturday was a medical student who was due to graduate. Those who were killed include; Mordecai Amaya, 25, Hezron Zavon, 22 and John Meraba, 22. Amaya’s dad, Richard Singa said his son was due to graduate before starting to seek for employment as an intern doctor and medical researcher.
See How Kakamega County Have Benefited From The Devolved Government
The Form Four Students from St. Paul’s Lubinu Girls’ secondary school have benefited from the Kakamega County Assembly after being taught about the Devolved system of Government in Kenya. They who were on an academic tour at the Assembly. The learners were extensively taken through the genesis the of devolved units and topics about the devolution, taking notes and asking questions.
President Finally Announced How He Will Fund Government Projects As He Revealed Money Isn't Enough.
In the wake of guaranteeing for quite a while that there is no cash in the public authority's money chests, President William Ruto has unveiled how he hopes to back his drives pushing ahead. Nonetheless, he has expressed that this won't prevent his administration from dealing with projects that it feels will work on the existences of individuals living in Kenya.
"No Money In The Treasury" Ruto Admits That The Govt Is Broke, Reveals His Move To Fund His Projects
After claiming for a time that the government is insolvent, President William Ruto has suddenly explained how he plans to pay for his initiatives. However, he has stated that this won't stop his government from focusing on initiatives that it thinks would improve Kenyans' quality of life.
The Promise William Ruto Gave Today
President William Ruto has announced plans to build 1,000 dams across the country as part of the Kenya Kwanza government's plan to increase food production in the country. Speaking during a church service at Kabarnet ASK Showground in Baringo on Sunday, November 13, the President said the dams’ projects will be implemented under a Public-Private partnership program.
Inside President Ruto's Plan To Construct 1000 Dams Across The Country
President William Ruto announced plans to build 1, 000 dams across Kenya as part of the Kenya Kwanza government' s plan to increase food production. The Head of State stated during a church service at Kabarnet ASK Showground in Baringo on Sunday, November 13, that the dam projects will be implemented through a public- private partnership program.