H.E President Ruto has today launched numerous projects that will improve the lives in Kenyans in Nandi County. Accompanied by the Deputy President H.E Rigathi Gachagua, Nandi County Governor and other leaders, the President has commissioned various development projects in the region.

The President echoed his Government’s renewed support for technical training will ensure that the Kenyan youth are equipped with industry-specific skills and competence that will accelerate the attainment of The Plan and drive the country’s growth.

He officially opened the Tinderet Integrated Technical and Trainers College, Tinderet Constituency, Nandi County.

“The enhanced support to learning institutions guarantees inclusive and quality education to our children that will promote equality and drive our country’s prosperity,” the President remarked.

He then proceed to commission the Emgwen Affordable Housing Project.

The 220 units project will create more than 4,000 jobs, including the local Jua Kali that will be tasked with producing 1,200 doors costing at least Sh26 million.

The government’s Affordable Housing project offers an effective solution to the increasing pressure on land, especially in agriculturally-rich parts of the country.

“This is our chance to offer decent shelter to Kenyans without compromising on the acreage dedicated to farming,” – President Ruto.

The President then launched the Jitume ICT Lab at the Kaiboi National Polytechnic, Nandi County. He made a commitment to the Kenyans that his government’s goal is to ensure education is accessible to all Kenyans. He also promised that his government would recruit more tutors to the polytechnic.

In Emgwen, Nandi County, H.E Ruto commissioned the Nandi Poultry Processing Plant that will handle more than 5,000 birds a day, employing at least 500 people.

The large scale value addition that the Kenya Kwanza government is pursuing will ensure that the country’s poultry farmers sustainably produce more to support more livelihoods in the country.