Kenya marks 10 years of Vision 2030
SEE ALSO :Concern over low uptake of scienceMwangi said Kenyans should take comfort in the defining progress made on addressing the political environment. Francis Muthaura, a Vision 2030 titan and chairman of the Lapsset, said while infrastructure development has defined the Vision, it has set a foundation to unlock more benefits for all Kenyans through pillars such as manufacturing. “Millions of Kenyan households are now connected to the grid...the once-regarded marginalised Northern frontier is opening up to investors’ wealth as tarmacked roads express places like Lodwar, Mararal, Moyale and Marsabit,” Muthaura said.
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