Kajiado governor David Nkedianye has commissioned a new bus park in Ngong town that was bankrolled by World Bank in conjunction with the county government.
Nkedianye, who spoke while opening the project in Ngong on Monday, said the bus park is among other four projects across the country that were supported by World Bank within Nairobi Metropolitan.
He said his government is about to complete Ngong stadium, on which land he secured from alleged land grabbers, that is expected to host various national sporting activities.
The multimillion-stadium is expected to have a gymnasium, swimming pool, dressing rooms and a modern athletics track.
The governor also said his government will in August start the construction of Ngong market so as to decongest the town of hawkers who have taken up road space causing serious daily traffic snarl-ups.
He appealed to Kajiado North to elect responsible leaders, adding that in the last elections many MCAs elected in the constituency refused to co-operate with him in building the county.
“Please, please, kindly elect people basing on the character and not parties. There are many parties, but vote for me as governor. We need each other all the time,” appealed Nkedianye.
The governor said he is the most qualified person to be governor of Kajiado.
“If you re-elect me, I will come back here to complete all those pending projects initiated here. I have put up social halls, maternity hospitals, markets and others because you are in my heart.