Dr Ayisi outlines Kidero's achievements

Posted by Public Communications Team
on 16 March 2017
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Dr Ayisi outlines Kidero's achievements

The County Secretary and the Head of Public Service  Dr. Robert Ayasi, 16th March. 2017 outlined the key achievements under Governor  Kidero's administration, terming them as residents' oriented.

The County boss in a morning live interview with Pamoja FM hosted by Phillip Muhatia said that the County Government has invested heavily in Health, Water, Infrastructure, Education, Youth and Women empowerment and Environment Management.

Dr. Ayisi said that in education, the Governor has relied on his long term friends to put up 170 classrooms in various primary schools in the city adding that 20 of the classrooms are in Olympic Primary school which is in the heart of Kibera informal settlement. 

To arrest the biting water shortage in the city which has been occasioned by the persistent drought, Dr. Ayisi said, "The County Government in realization of the ongoing water shortage has partnered with the National Government in digging 44 boreholes within the city. One is to be dug at Kibera Primary School soon."

Responding to a concern by a listener in connection to lighting up the city, Dr. Ayisi said that the County since 2013 has embarked on improving security in the city by installing  51,000 street lights.

On regularization of the unapproved building in the city, the County boss said, " To ensure that the residents live in habitable buildings, we started an audit process to regularize all buildings which were built without approval plans. So far, we have done 50, 000 and the process is ongoing'.

Dr. Ayisi said that the Kidero led government will continue to partner with the youth and women in the County in all areas and especially on environmental management. "We intend to continue with our engagement with the youth and women in informal settlements in managing our environment . The County will support and empower women and youth in their business endeavors," said Ayisi.