Kiambu to benefit from Sh 1.9 billion World Bank funded projects

The County government has allocated money for projects meant to benefit from the Sh1.9 billion received from World Bank under the Kenya Urban Support Programme.

Governor Ferdinand Waititu already launched a number of the projects to be funded.

Kikuyu sub-county was allocated Sh534 million, Ruiru Sh484 million, Thika Sh305 million, Kiambu Sh160 million and Limuru Sh160 million.

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The projects in Thika include improvement of storm water drainage, Kugo-Kibiru road upgrade and street lighting.

In Ruiru, the two-kilometer Kihunguro-Full Gospel Church access road will be tarmacked.

A modern bus park and a two-kilometer bypass will be put up in Kiambu town, besides the construction of the 3.2-kilometer Thindigua-Windsor road.

In Karuri the three-kilometer Kanjiku-King’othua road will be tarmacked and a modern fire station put up.

In Limuru, Kambaa road will be upgraded, while in Kikuyu roads at Gikuni shopping centre and Wambaa-Wamakima are set to be tarmacked.

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