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Kitale Municipality Initiates Road Works and Beautification Projects in the County

Kitale Municipality Initiates Road Works and Beautification Projects in the County

Kitale Municipality embarks on transformative road works and beautification projects to enhance infrastructure and appeal, aligning with Governor Natembeya's development goals.

The Kitale Municipality has taken significant strides toward enhancing infrastructure and aesthetics within the region. On Wednesday, two sites were handed over to contractors for road works and town beautification in Hospital Ward, Kiminini Sub-County.

Speaking during the handover ceremony, Trans Nzoia County CEC for Lands, Physical Planning, Housing, and Urban Development, Janerose Nasimiyu Mutama, emphasized the alignment of these projects with Governor George Natembeya’s manifesto. The goal is to improve road networks across the Kitale Municipality and enhance the town’s appeal to investors and tourists.

The road works include the Rangira-Kibomet Dam road, spanning 5 kilometers, and the Museum Ways Kitale town landscaping and beautification project. To ensure quality, the CEC urged contractors to adhere to the bill of quality (BQ) and deliver exceptional results.

“This marks the beginning of transformative projects,” assured the CEC. The Kitale Municipality aims to provide accessible roads, efficient drainage, clean water, sanitation facilities, and security lighting to its residents.

Madam Irine Nang’ole, Kitale Municipal Manager, stressed the importance of meeting project timelines. The project management team, along with county public works departments, will provide continuous support and consultation. Furthermore, Nang’ole called on contractors to create employment opportunities for local youth. Casual jobs generated by the project can empower young people and contribute to their livelihoods.

Dismas, one of the Trans Nzoia County clerks of works, highlighted the road works’ components, including bush clearing, heavy grading, and gravel patching for the Rangira-Kibomet Dam road. Architect David Waudo, Quality Saviour David Wechuli, and Engineer Allan Kiplagat outlined the Kitale Museums Way Kitale town beautification project. It encompasses precast concrete paving, pit excavation, tree planting, lawn grass installation, and landscaping.

The public works team pledged collaborative efforts to ensure the Kitale Municipality delivers high-quality work within the stipulated contract period.