Kakamega County governor Wycliffe Oparanya will spend 553 million shillings to upgrade two roads to in Ikolomani and Butere sub counties.
According to his engineers, the 9.2-Kilometres Bushiangala-Eregi-Lusiola stretch in Ikolomani sub county will be done on a Sh337 million budget.
Governor Wycliffe Oparanya, who commissioned the construction on Monday, said the 5.5-Kilometre Tsalwa-Ombwaro-Manyulia road would also be upgraded to the tune of Sh216 million.
“The contractors on Bushiangala and Tsalwa roads have been given nine and eight months respectively to complete the works,” he said, adding that any excuses would not be entertained.
He pointed out that the works have been completed on the Likuyani-Soyi-Kogo road in Likuyani Sub County Lumakanda-Town road in Lugari and Khayega-Shinyalu road in Shinyalu.
Others are Shibuli-Bukura road in Lurambi and Akatsa-Matioli-Khwisero road in Lurambi and Khwisero.
At the same time, the Acacia Mining Company handed over a Sh. 7.8 million Shibuname community water project at Isulu area in Ikolomani Sub County to the county government.
We have received information that almost every market and water project in Oparanya’s turf either stalled or completed but not functioning.