The World Bank through the Kenya Urban Support Program has disbursed Ksh 168 million to Bomet County towards upgrading of B3-Chebirir-Bomet University road and Silibwet Town roads to bitumen standards and other projects.
“We acknowledge the World Bank for their support. Upgrading these roads will spur economic growth in the county and provide conducive environment for businesses to thrive” Dr Barchok said Launching the projects this week, Bomet Governor Dr Hiilary Barchok said that his administration is committed to opening up Bomet to investors through provision of good road network system, street lights, juakali sheds among others.

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