The Kenya National Highways (KeNHA) Authority will take up the construction of a 63-km long road in the sugar belt connecting Kisumu, Nandi and Kericho counties as Treasury approved its financing.
The authority will spend Sh4.9 billion to construct the Kisumu – Chemelil – Muhoroni road and is expected to open up the region that was largely closed out for decades. According to the media report, Peter Mundia, Director-General KeHNA said the work is expected to start in October. This will ultimately improve trade in western region and beyond the border to other East African nations.
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