President Uhuru Kenyatta has on Monday commissioned the construction of three hospitals in Nairobi.
The projects which are meant to benefit people in informal sector of Muthua in Uthiru, Kianda in Kibra and Maendeleo Village in Mukuru Kwa Reuben saw the President himself witness the ground breaking ceremony.
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Nairobi Metropolitan Service (NMS) is tasked with the development of the three hospitals which are part of other projects which will cost Ksh 70 million each.
Other than the hospitals, NMS is in the process of constructing several boreholes as well as upgrading the road system to bitumen.
President Uhuru Kenyatta urged residents to refrain from politicians who engage in cheap politics without actions.
He continued by pointing out that they are part of many projects lined up by the government to ensure that Nairobi at large receives a facelift.
Discussions touching on the coronavirus were mentioned as the head of State urged residents to protect themselves and those they loved.
Present at the event was Dagoreti South MP John Kiarie, Kibra MP Imran Okoth, Embakasi South MP Julius Mawathe, NMS Director General Major Mohamed Abdi Badi among other top government officials.