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Gov’t launches Tula Tula Water project

Water and Sanitation Principal Secretary (PS), Eng. Joseph Njoroge, has assured residents of North Eastern Region of the government’s commitment to uplift their living standards through various development projects that are being implemented.

Eng. Njoroge said that the government will make sure that all current projects are transitioned to the next administration, to enable sustainability of the country’s social economic agenda.

The PS  was speaking when he officially launched Tula Tula Water Project in Eldas Sub-county in Wajir. He was accompanied by the area Legislator, Aden Keynan.

Eng. Njoroge praised the achievements of Jubilee Administration on matters development in Northern Kenya in the past nine years that he said aimed at raising the living standards of the residents.

The PS advised Wananchi to maintain peace during this electioneering period, advising voters to elect responsible leaders who will help continue with the development agenda the Jubilee Administration initiated.

“What I would advise you is to vote wisely and elect leaders who will ensure development projects initiated are implemented fully and sustained,” he added.

On his part, Eldas MP Aden Keynan said that the Jubilee administration has done a lot in the county to uplift the lives of the area residents and the only way to show appreciation was by voting for Azimio la Umoja candidates in the August 9 General Elections.

“Launching a project in an interior place like this shows that the government knows about our issues and cares. The Jubilee government has been good and God willing, we shall be in the next government which will be formed by the Azimio la Umoja coalition,” Keynan said.

He noted that several water projects in this county were being implemented and that soon a major road from Isiolo all the way to Mandera will be a reality, adding that the Northern Region has also received new Administrative Units. “We want to continue with these projects in the next government,” he added.

By Erick Kyalo

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