Billionaire businessman Bundotich Zedekiah Kiprop alias Buzeki has described Kapseret Sub County in Uasin Gishu as a sleeping giant.
Buzeki notes that the sub-county has a huge potentiality that is yet to be tapped.
In a post on his official Facebook page, Buzeki said Kapseret that consists of Ngeria, Langas, Kipkenyo, and Simat/Kapseret wards is the next big frontier in Uasin Gishu.
“This is the Sub County that opens Uasin Gishu to the rest of the Country and global boundaries.”– Buzeki in part of his Facebook page.
Buzeki who is seeking to be the second governor for Uasin Gishu says if given the opportunity he will ensure Kapseret takes its rightful role in building Uasin Gishu.
“We will establish in consultation with National organs a County Export Processing Zone. This will be an area with cold rooms and packaging facilities for our products that are destined to international borders.”– Buzeki.
“We will also seek investors to set up their warehouses and encourage goods that are destined to East and Central Africa to be offloaded in Eldoret.”
According to Buzeki, with the Eldoret International Airport within Ngeria, Megun, and Kapsaret wards, the three should be full of Airport support services.
He also points out that Langas and Kipkenyo wards have the potential of being the next Upper Hill where more commercial buildings will be supported to develop through the improvement of infrastructure in order to open the areas and add value to the land.
“Serious development strategies will be put in place to ensure that the benefits of the bypass are fully reaped by the residents,”– Buzeki noted in the Facebook post.
The billionaire businessman further points out that Kapseret has positioned itself as the county’s entertainment sport.
He pledged to provide the necessary environment for tourism-related activities to thrive including taping potentialities of the beautiful natural environment including Kapseret forest.
“I am visualizing our Modern County headquarters replica to Kigali’s with a modern conference facility being developed in Kapseret. It’s time for us to think of development in relation to our God-given environment. It’s time to act beyond the obvious.”– Buzeki.
Buzeki has not yet declared a political vehicle he will be using to vie for the gubernatorial seat in 2022.
He vied for the seat in 2017 as an independent candidate, after quitting the Jubilee party on claims that the nominations were not free and fair.