Wangamati unveils 300Million road upgrades in Bungoma


Bungoma Governor Wycliffe Wangamati launched the second phase of urban road upgrade. The project, estimated to cost Sh300 million, is being implemented in Bungoma and Kimilili municipalities.

In a report published by the Daily Nation, World Bank-funded initiative will see Wings-Wambiya-Bustani road upgraded to cabro standards.

Other roads include Khetia’s Wholesale-Diamond Trust-KRA-Simba Street, Earthlink-Adam’s Hardware, Mawingo-Simba Street and Bethsda-Bungoma High School-DEB Primary School.

Also scheduled for upgrade under this programme in Bungoma Municipality is Sunrise-Marell-Namuyemba road in Kanduyi.

In Kimilili Municipality, the Monday Market-Bus Park are slated for major renovations including doing  a fresh roof, fitting lockable stalls and provision of storage for traders.

Governor Wangamati’s administration will also re-carpet the bus park, erect passenger sheds and building state-of-the-art and eco-friendly public toilets.