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Gov Malombe & Hon. Mark Ndingo Deliver Key Infrastructure Projects in Mukelenzuni

On Wednesday, May 2024, Yatta Vonza Member of Kitui County Assembly, Hon. Mark Ndingo, proudly handed over two completed drifts at Kwa Nyunyi and Kwa Monica Mutiso in Mukelenzuni, Makusya. These vital infrastructure projects, aimed at improving local transportation and connectivity, were funded by the County Government of Kitui under the leadership of Governor Dr. Julius Makau Malombe EGH.

During the handover ceremony, Hon. Ndingo emphasized the significance of these projects for the local community. “These drifts will not only enhance mobility but also contribute to the economic development of Mukelenzuni by facilitating easier access to markets and services,” he said.

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Kitui Governor Malombe’s administration has been committed to fulfilling its promise of development and progress for the people of Kitui County. The completion of the drifts at Kwa Nyunyi and Kwa Monica Mutiso stands as a testament to this ongoing commitment. Local residents expressed their gratitude and highlighted the positive impact these projects will have on their daily lives.

The County Government of Kitui continues to prioritize infrastructure development as part of its broader strategy to uplift the living standards of its residents and ensure sustainable growth across all regions.


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