Residents of Oloosidan Location in Kaputiei North Ward are grateful to Governor Joseph ole Lenku for visiting them on October 3 with a handful of goodies.
Clinton Kirotie, the man who hosted governor Lenku last Saturday, said on Friday his visit was successful.
The governor visited the area to thank them for unanimously voting for him in 2017, and continuously standing with him for the period he has been in office.
Lenku, during his visit, was accompanied by several of his ministers led by Michael Semera of Water and Irrigation and Jackline Koin, who hails from Kajiado East constituency.
While in Oloosidan and after meeting with several groups of people, the governor pledged to provide a fully automated solar machine for the area borehole within the next one month.
The governor also promised the people of Oloosidan that the county government will extend Kirotie Road by another 2 km.
Lenku’s CEC member for Roads, Alex Kilowua, who attended the governor’s meeting in Oloosidan says the work on Kirotie Road will start in another week or two.
Kilowua promised that the graders that are currently being elsewhere will land in Oloosidan to start work in the next one week.
Talking on the empowerment of youth and women groups, Lenku said his government with work closely with them.
“I have made a promise that once the women groups in Oloosidan and Olturoto are ready for a fundraiser, I will come and assist them in fundraising for them,” said Lenku during the visit.
The governor, while talking about security in Oloosidan, revealed that some of the livestock that had been stolen in the area were traced to Narok County.
He said security apparatus in the county is following up the matter and the culprits would be brought to book.