Uhuru heads to Joho's coastal backyard after a stormy plow on Nanok in Turkana
In Voi town, the President will lay the foundation stone for the construction of the National Mining Institute at the Taita Taveta University in Voi town where he will also engage with youth in a Town Hall meeting.
On Friday, Uhuru’s serial developmental tours in the counties were interrupted when he presided over the pass out parade of 1,991 General Service Unit officers at the GSU Training School in Embakasi, Nairobi.
The President returns to the Coast, shortly after his Deputy William Ruto traversed the area last month, to launch and inspect projects, his spokesperson Manoah Esipisu has said.
“The visits are part of President Kenyatta’s tour of many part of the country to meet the people and launch transformational projects implemented through initiatives by the Jubilee Administration.”
The president is expected in Taita-Taveta County this afternoon to launch the Bura-Mission Road and to also inspect the Mwatate-Wundanyi road, which is under construction.
“Roads in Taita Taveta County have been in a dilapidated state for many decades and the provision of funds by the Jubilee Administration to improve the infrastructure in the area is bound to build the community and change the lives of local residents,” Esipisu said.
Engage with youth
The President will also commission the Gemstone Cutting and Value Addition Center before launching the National Youth Service cohort programme.
The President will conclude his visit to the county with a rally in Voi.
Tomorrow Sunday, President Kenyatta will be in Mombasa where he is scheduled to address a rally at Tononoka grounds.
On Monday, the President is scheduled to launch the Kinango-Samburu Road and Mariakani-Bamba Road before addressing a rally in Kaloleni.
He will later inspect Moi Airport-Changamwe Road and will later launch the resumption of the Mtongwe Ferry Services.
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