UPGRADE OF MOSORIOT
The County Government of Nandi in collaboration with Kenya Informal Settlements Improvement Project II (KISIP2), is presently engaged in upgrading infrastructure in Mosoriot. Mosoriot as one of the rapidly growing centres in Nandi, was selected to benefit from substantial infrastructural improvements, guided by the primary development objective of this program which is to enhance living conditions in informal settlements throughout Kenya, of which 56 settlements in 20 counties were selected as beneficiaries of the program.
To ensure the fulfillment of these commitments, strengthened through collective decisions with the County,H.E. the Governor, Hon. Stephen Sang, held a meeting with the Settlement Executive Committee (SEC) and Grievance Redress Committee (GRC),on Tuesday in emphasis to the critical roles these committees play in prioritizing the forementioned projects on behalf, of the well being of the community. He reiterated that the project would significantly enhance the well-being of local communities and advised the County Project Coordination Team (CPCT) to ensure the delivery of high-quality work as required.
These works will enhance socio economic value to the residents in Mosoriot and its outskirts, with great benefits such as; a more favorable environment for businesses to operate and grow, increased property values, security, increased tax revenues for the local administration, and access to urban infrastructure services.
In attendance were area MCA Hon. Kipkosgei, Chief Officer Lands,Physical Planning, Housing, Chief Officer Water, Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change Mr. Jonah Biwott, Chief Officer Trade, Tourism, Industrialization and Enterprise Development Mr. Benjamin Kiprotich, Director/Nandi County KISIP2 Coordinator Mr. David Kemei, Chesumei Subcounty Administrator Kimutai Sitienei, Engineer Manaseh Too, Lelmokwo/ Ngechek Ward administrator Jackson Chemwor, Cheptarit Assistant Chief Rodgers Cheruiyot among others.