Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has directed road reserve grabbers in the region to vacate the with immediate effect to pave way for the opening up and expansion of roads in the entire region of Nandi.
Speaking after inspecting the ongoing gravelling of roads that connect the trading centre and its environs in Chesumei constituency, Governor Sang made it clear that those who have grabbed road reserves should vacate before further action is taken against them.
Governor Sang was accompanied by the Transport CEC Hillary Koech along with other top leaders in his administration.
He also inspected the gravelling of Mosoriot-Itigo and Mosoriot-Kapkeben roads which is ongoing adding that the setting up of a proper sewerage system is being targeted to improve sanitation and growth of the urban centres across Nandi.
The task is among the key promises in his manifesto and is aimed at promoting economic growth in the region.
He cited that his main objective is to ensure the dream of a developed Nandi County becomes reality and that is one main reason why his government has embarked on infrastructural development, further increasing access and business opportunities for women, youths, and those who are abled differently.
The government is also reviving stalled water projects among other projects and the Nandi Governor has called for unity among the County leaders to ensure the County prospers further, after stagnation in some sectors under the former County regime.