Uasin Gishu Officials Inspect Recently Completed Infrastructural Projects in Eldoret – PHOTOS

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The County Government of Uasin Gishu Engineers and Procurement officers on Wednesday, June 1, 2022, led an exercise of substantial completion inspection of megaprojects implemented by the regional government within Eldoret town.

Among the projects completed within Eldoret town include Uasin Gishu County headquarters’ frontage improvement and beautification along the Uganda Road.

Part of the Uasin Gishu County headquarters’ frontage that has been beautified.

The county has also completed setting up high masts in the Kipkaren, Asis, and Ngomongo areas on the outskirts of Eldoret town.

Another key projects completed is the beautification of Oillibya park along Kago street, Walkways, and Stormwater drainage improvement.

A recently erected high mast in an estate in Eldoret.

Residents of Ngomongo in the Kimumu ward and the Kipkaren estate in the Kipkenyo ward thanked the county leadership for installing the high masts, which they said have tremendously reduced crime cases in their respective areas while increasing the number of hours they carry out business in the area.

The County Government of Uasin Gishu has in the past few months been working on improving Eldoret town, as it pushes for its elevation to city status.

A walk away in Eldoret

Under this initiative, there have been massive investments in building new roads, face-lifting the Eldoret town backstreets as well as the construction of walkways, all these in collaboration with development partners.

Residential estates have also been the beneficiaries of this initiative, most of which now have improved roadworks and sufficient lighting.

Uasin Gishu County headquarters frontage

 

Stormwater drainage improvement project in Eldoret

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