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Narok County Aggregation and Industrial Park Groundbreaking
Narok County Aggregation and Industrial Park Groundbreaking

Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu and Honorable Moses Kuria, Cabinet Secretary for Investment, Trade, and Industry, unite for the groundbreaking of the CAIP(County Aggregation and Industrial Park) at Limanet Grounds in Narok Town. With this visionary project, Narok County strides towards self-sufficiency, processing, and packaging our own products locally. This initiative not only creates jobs for our skilled and unskilled youth but also fulfills the vision of His Excellency President Dr. William Samoei Ruto’s BETA, driving a bottom-up economic transformation agenda.
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Groundbreaking of TVET facility at Oloserian Secondary School

His Excellency Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu leads the commissioning of a groundbreaking TVET facility at Oloserian Secondary School, Olokurto Ward. A trailblazing endeavor, this marks the dawn of a new era in education for Narok North Sub-County, where innovation and skill development converge to shape limitless futures.

Limanet Slaughterhouse Water Project
The Limanet Slaughterhouse Water Project

On September 4, 2023, Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu officially commissioned the Limanet Slaughterhouse water supply project and modern washrooms. These crucial developments align with Narok Town Ward’s early-year initiatives, as outlined in the County Integrated Development Plan.

Governor Ntutu’s proactive approach resulted in the implementation of essential projects, including the water project and modern washrooms. The additional water troughs from this facility will provide free livestock water access for Limanet residents.

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Commissioning of 4KM Road linking Sitotwet Junction to Pri School

Governor Patrick Ole Ntutu inaugurates the 4km road linking Sitotwet Junction to Sitotwet Primary School in Sagamian Ward, Narok South. This milestone marks the beginning of a transformative journey for the people of Sagamian, known for its agricultural prowess. With 26 kilometers of roads slated for commissioning in the ward, the new road network promises seamless transport for farmers. This ensures their produce reaches markets promptly, reducing losses, and fueling economic growth. Beyond enhancing accessibility for Sitotwet Primary School pupils, this initiative paves the way for a thriving local economy, fostering prosperity and progress.