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Former Senator Peter Mositet hands over an award from Olepolos residents to engineer Paul Omondi (right) in appreciation of work down on a local road. Looking is area Chief Moses Mpesha. Photo /Obegi Malack
Former Senator Peter Mositet hands over an award from Olepolos residents to engineer Paul Omondi (right) in appreciation of work down on a local road. Looking is area Chief Moses Mpesha. Photo /Obegi Malack

Western bypass: Kajiado County to benefit from CSR

By Obegi Malack.

Former Kajiado County Senator Peter Mositet has said Kajiado County will greatly benefit on Corperate Social Responsibilities (CSR) during construction of Western bypass.
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) had signed an agreement with the China Road and Bridge Corporation (CRBC) on June 2016 for its construction at a cost of Sh 17.3 billion.
Mositet noted that raw materials from Kajiado County will be used in construction of the bypass which starts from Ruaka and terminates on the Nakuru highway at Gitaru in Kiambu County.
Speaking during Olepolos Residents Association Meeting, Mositet said an agreement had been signed for the construction of 20 kilometres of road in Kajiado County as part of CSR.
Kajiado North Sub County had already benefited from construction of 10km road under CSR due to Eastern Bypass. Olepolos Residents Association had held a meeting with KeNHA officials for the handing over of the Oloolua Top Hill road which was part of 10 km roads constructed under CSR.
KeNHA representative Engineer Paul Omondi said the road will now be maintained by the Kajiado County Government.
Oloolua Chief Moses Mpesha praised the locals for pulling down structures on road.
The Residents Association Chairman Edward Ongiti called on the County Government to ensure that the area has a modern sewerage system.The event was also attended Civil rights activist Reverend Timothy Njoya who led prayers for road safety.

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