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I'm so happy to see politicians who campaigned against devolution now supporting and praising it. It may have just been from ignorance or disinformation or brainwashing that they thought it was a really bad idea, or just for the sake of opposition they opposed it. Devolution hoyeee!
 

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Some additional updates on the Mwatate-Wundanyi road:

This is beautiful Wundanyi where Taita Taveta county is headquartered. Thank you @KeNHAKenya for finally fixing the road to this beauty with excellent road signage. @Sambojagranton You have a beautiful county and we look forward to grow tourism.







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^^ Wundanyi is a different world from Voi. It has a similar climate to Kiambu whereas voi is hot and dry. No wonder walami waliichagua kuwa H.Q. even though Voi was and still is a major town.

Meanwhile an update on Voi's first "skyscraper"
 

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Kenya bets on Sh4.2bn road to spur global tourism in Kilifi, Taita-Taveta

The government is eyeing major infrastructure projects to ease connectivity and attract international tourists and investors to the Kenyan Coast.

Construction of the Malindi-Sala Gate road project, which links Malindi town and Tsavo East National Park, is 70 per cent complete.

The Sh4.2 billion State-funded road, which President Uhuru Kenyatta launched in 2016, is expected to boost tourism in Kilifi and Taita-Taveta counties.

The poor road condition had seen tourists take between three and four hours to travel from Malindi to the park for game drives.

And now hoteliers are optimistic that the project will boost tourism in Malindi and Watamu resort towns. Once completed, it would take less than two hours for wildlife enthusiasts to travel from Malindi to Tsavo East National Park.

Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala assured international tourists, hotel owners and players in the sector that the government was investing in infrastructure to ease traffic movement and improve connectivity in Kenya.

“The whole infrastructure will be completed. From Lamu there will be a tarmac road to the national park, and from Malindi to Tsavo. In fact, 70 per cent of that road (Malindi-Sala gate) is complete and then we have the dualling of Malindi to Diani. In the next three to four years it will be complete.
Continue here: https://www.businessdailyafrica.com/news/-road-to-spur-global-tourism-in-Kilifi/539546-5071026-ross8x/index.html
 
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