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13 Dec
By: Remmy Butia 0


Nandi County Government is going to benefit from the National Government’s Ksh.460M to join the National grid and in ensure all homesteads are connected with electricity, Deputy President William Rutto has said. Rutto however, asserted that Jubilee Government is at its final stage in fulfilling the political pledges it promised Kenyans in 2013. Addressing hundreds of Nandi residents today in Bonjoge Primary School Kabwareng Ward in Aldai Sub County when issuing over400 land title deeds, Rutto noted that residents of Kereri, Koibarak, Koitabut, Chepkuny, Kapkeben and other villages of the greater Bonjoge Location ought to benefit from the last mile connectivity and that Ksh.50M has been set aside to see that the over 600 families gets power.
On his part, Nandi Governor Dr.Cleophas Lagat urged the locals who received their land ownership documents to concentrate on their lands and develop them “Since you are now liberated and entitled to your property after being squatters for 3 decades, don’t be tempted to sell your land ” said Dr.Lagat. The Governor however, challenged Bonjoge community to work extra hard and properly invest on their luctrative soil so that they can realize their agricultural potential.
Governor Lagat said his Administration through Agriculture Department will see that milk coolers were installed in the 30 Civic Wards to increase milk production in Nandi.
Elsewhere in Kurgung Deputy President presided over a funds drive in aid of several Churches where also thanked GovernorLagat Rutto for the great efforts he has put in ensuring that Kurgung Boys High School centre of excellence.
Present were Nandi Senator Stephen Sang, Aldai MP Cornelly Serem and his Mosop and Tinderet counterparts Stephen Bitok and Julius Melly respectively.

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