By Nancy Masit
Narok County governor Patrick Ole Ntutu has thanked Narok residents for electing him as their governor.
Speaking at Narok Town slaughter house which is located in Narok Town ward, the governor said politics is over and it is now time to work for the people.
Ntutu said the road leading to the Abbatoir will be tarmacked to ease movement of farmers and enable them to transport their meat to Kenya Meat Commission, three phase electricity will also be installed, a borehole will be drilled and a proper drainage system will be constructed.
Patrick assigned, Dr. Faith Njoki chef officer Livestock to ensure there is a lagoon and assigned Mr Stanley Kuyioni who is the managing director for water and sanitation to design an improved way of disposing waste from the slaughter house.
He promised the residents that the borehole will be ready on time so that the farmers will use clean water in the slaughterhouse, a public toilet will also be constructed.
The governor congratulated President elect Dr. William Samoei Ruto and promised to work with him in improving development in Narok county.
On his part, the deputy governor Tamalinye Koech said that meat quality will be improved and promised that he will look for profitable markets for farmers outside county.
Are MP Agnes Mantaine Pareyio noted that the slaughterhouse supply meat to the whole town and the infrastructure around it will be improved.
Pareyio added that youth will be employed and she will put up stalls for women to sell Maasai ornaments.
The chairman of the slaughterhouse Ronte Ololepet was grateful to the governor for installation of electricity, allocating them a weighing machine and promising them clean water.
The farmer supplies meat to the KMC and Narok Town, the business which he started in 2006 has helped him to educate his children and improved his livelihood.