Uasin Gishu’s rapid development path to a city status has again been the center of attraction to a lot of interested parties across the region.
Uasin Gishu Deputy Governor Daniel Chemno, Tuesday, received a delegation from Kampala, Uganda who paid a courtesy call at his office.
Eldoret’s rapid development path towards attaining a city status has in the recent past been the center of attractions.
Different counties, organizations and authorities from around the country and beyond visit for benchmarking and exchange of best practices and ideas.
Deputy Governor said that Uganda and Kenya relations has over the years been unshaken and the County Government of Uasin Gishu is always ready to offer any support and advice sought.
Uganda as a neighbour country has been a great trading and sporting partner of Uasin Gishu county and we’re ready to offer any assistance when called upon,” Chemno said.
The team led by the Minister for Lands Mr. Chris Baryomunsi is in the county on a two-day tour with a particular interest in learning about urban planning, land use and formulation of laws and regulations that guide sustainable urban development.
We’ve heard about Uasin Gishu of her development program and saw it prudent to come and seek advice,” said Baryomunsi.
Lands CEC Eng. Nelson Maritim, CPA Julius Ruto (Finance), Municipal Board Chairman Mr. Julius Kitur, COs Kenneth Mbeka, Ruth Chelashaw Municipal Manager Mr. Tito Koiyet were also present.