President Uhuru made stopovers in various towns located in Subukia Constituency, Nakuru County, to inspect the 65 Kilometer road project passing through the area.
The President said the construction of the road at a cost of Shs 2.2 billion will be completed by July this year and will include carpeting of access and feeder roads within Subukia town.
He urged Kenyans to remain united, saying that a country without peace will not achieve progress and promised to visit every part of the country in his bid to achieve a peaceful and united nation.
The new road will connect Subukia Maseno —Lower Solai — Majimatamu — kamukunji — Solai — Maili Kumi Road.
On the ongoing rural electrification programme, President Kenyatta assured locals that the expansion of electricity connections will be continued to ensure that every household is connected to electric power.