County to Improve Status of Ndonyo Bus Park for Smooth Operations

County to Improve Status of Ndonyo Bus Park for Smooth Operations

Uasin Gishu Deputy Governor Eng John Barorot has affirmed the County’s commitment to ensuring that the recently established Ndonyo Bus Park has good drainage systems, security lights, and shades among other key requirements to see the stage neat for clients and matatu operators.

Addressing leadership drawn from Langas and 20 Mini Bus Saccos on Wednesday at the County headquarters on the improvement of the stage, Eng Barorot urged them to always follow the government’s directives that seek to better operations across the town.

He said that they will be the most beneficiaries soon the market will be operational further challenging them to mutate their matatu business for better returns.

County Executive for Trade, Industrialization, Tourism, Cooperatives and Enterprise Development Martha Cheruto said her sector’s major concern is the provision of a conducive business environment for all business people.

The Ndonyo Bus Park that matatus plying Langas route are currently using.
The Ndonyo Bus Park that Matatus plying Langas route are currently using.

Langas MCA Francis Muya who was also present urged the leadership of the two Saccos to organize themselves in utilizing the provided bus park as required.

Initially, the two Saccos used to operate from Sosiani bus park.

They were however moved to the Ndonyo Bus Park ahead of the recently concluded 8th Devolution Conference that was held at the Eldoret Sports Club.

Chief Officers Ruth Samoei(Cooperatives and Enterprise Development) and Eng Abraham Kiptalam were present.

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