President Kenyatta kicks off Ukambani tour



By Kevin Wachira

President Uhuru Kenyatta has kicked off his tour of Ukambani that will see him launch and inspect development projects within Makueni and Kitui counties.

The projects which include roads and health are part of the 144 billion shillings in development that the Jubilee Administration has invested in the Lower Eastern region.

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He will later address residents at a rally at St. Joseph’s girls in Kibwezi before lauching the tarmacking of the Sultan Hamud junction Kasikeu-Wautu-Kyambeke-Kikoko road at Sultan Hamud.

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The president is expected to also inspect the construction works of the Mbooni Kenya Medical Training College before interacting with leaders and residents to share views on development.

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He is also due to launch the Katuaa–Nunguni road in Makueni County and the Kenya Medical Training Centre, Makindu Campus, and launch medical equipment at Makindu Hospital before addressing residents in Makindu town.

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The visit to Makueni and Kitui counties will be wrapped up by commissioning the Kenya Medical Training Centre, Makueni Campus and launching medical equipment at Makueni Level Five Hospital where he will also address residents.



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