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Old December 9th, 2015, 09:46 AM   #61
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Barabara nyingi tu sehemu zote nchini, lakini tunaelezwa kuwa Eurobond ilitumikaje? Mwendawazimu tu ndiye atakubaliana na matamshi hayo ya serikali. Haina kazi tena serikali hii bure kabisa.
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Progress on the upgrade to bitumen standards & maintenance of Kwa Vonza-Kenyatta University- Mikuyuni Primary School & South Eastern University roads in Kitui county




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Chinese contractor gets nod to start Sh36bn Thwake dam project

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The government has given a Chinese firm the go-ahead to start construction of phase one of Thwake Multipurpose Dam after months of controversial tender war at the Water and Irrigation Ministry.
The first phase of the project jointly funded by the government and the African Development Bank will take 56 months to complete. The latter will foot 35 per cent of the cost.
The contract to construct the dam on the border of Kitui and Makueni counties was signed on Wednesday between the ministry and the China Gezhouba Group, the lowest bidder for the project at Sh36.9 billion.

“Thwake is our single largest project and we expect in about 90 days, the contractor will have mobilised personnel and resource to start construction,” Cabinet secretary Eugene Wamalwa said on Wednesday.
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Why the big variance? At some point this was tendered for 60+B then DP Ruto cancelled the contract. You mean we were set to lose billions just like that. Someone needs to be in jail now, and not just the usual transfers. Great project though! I'm looking forward to seeing all the 57 mega dams constructed. High Grands Falls seem to be the largest in the books. We need a second major Dam to supply water to Nairobi. No reason a city outr size doesn't have reliable water 24/7.

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We thank H.E President Uhuru Kenyatta for showing confidence in local production and supporting home grown solutions. We shall deliver uniforms to Chiefs and their assistants countrywide. We have the capacity. Tuko tayari.
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