Residents of Endiba village, Kiabonyoru ward in Borabu constituency have a reason to smile after the CS for Interior and Coordination of National Government Dr. Fred Matiang’i handed over a complete water borehole, three months after the area residents made the request to the government.
The solar-powered borehole comes in handy to end the water scarcity which has hit the area residents for a long period of time and will serve both Endiba primary school and the neighbouring community.
Speaking while presiding over the commissioning of the project, Dr. Matiang’i assured that the government was focused on fulfilling all its development projects promised to the people.
“The government led by our President is determined to ensure that development promises made to our people have been fulfilled so that they can be self-reliant in a bid to grow our economy together,” said Dr. Matiang’i.
The CS also pledged to work with the region’s professionals working in various government sectors to rehabilitate Endiba primary school into a state-of-the-art status before the end of the year.
“I have observed with great concern of the wanting status of our primary school and I want to promise that I will mobilize and talk to my fellow area professionals and soon we will start to face-lift the infrastructure of this primary school to have an ultra-modern status which will give our children a conducive environment for them to study,” promised Dr. Matiang’i.
The CS was accompanied by Inspector General of Police (IG) Hillary Mutyambai and Nyanza Regional Commissioner (RC) Magu Mutindika, Nyamira County governor, Amos Nyaribo, Borabu MP Ben Momanyi, amongst others.
By Deborah Bochere