World Bank lauds Governor Sonko's commitment to improve City infrastructure Author:

World Bank team leader Gyongshim An said Sonko had demonstrated good leadership in ensuring implementation of development projects - Gyongshim noted through Nairobi Metropolitan Services Improvement Project (NAMSIP), the governor was improving the standards of the city - The team extended the project for 10 more months to ensure its full implementation Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has been lauded by World Bank for his commitment to improve infrastructure in the city through an ongoing initiative dubbed Nairobi Metropolitan Services Improvement Project (NAMSIP). The bank noted the project had become instrumental in improving the life of Nairobi residents and would go along way in enhancing the success of the county. READ ALSO: Kitui couple narrates how their land was put on auction after defaulting on KSh 5m loan World Bank has lauded Governor Sonko’s commitment to improve City infrastructure.Photo: Mike Sonko/Facebook Source: UGC READ ALSO: Kenyans worried over Uhuru’s continued silence after despised China trip Speaking on Saturday, May, 11, at City Hall, World Bank team leader Gyongshim An said they were impressed with the progress of the project, and would extend it for 10 more months to ensure full implementation and realisation of the set goals. “The governor has been enthusiastic and dedicated in ensuring NAMSIP becomes a success, we are impressed because such noble projects require good leadership to avoid stalling,” said Gyongshim READ ALSO: William Ruto pours cold water on Raila’s promise of radical changes before 2022 The NAMSIP encompasses several sub projects which include; improvement of Nairobi commuter rail services, improvement of Kangundo road, construction of a new Waithaka fire station and construction of Mwariro and Karandini markets. The initiative was first launched in 2012 and was supposed to end this month, May. With World Bank’s decision to extend it, NAMSIP will now go on until March 2020. Gyongshim said Sonko’s administration had done what the previous government had failed to do and it was prudent to extend the project for the benefit of Nairobi residents. "I would like to thank the governor in a big way for his outstanding leadership on this project. If it were not for you, the whole of the project could have stalled like in previous years. It is in this regard that we are happy to announce that we will extend its period for 10 more months so that work can be well coordinated and completed,” she said READ ALSO: Okoth Obado warmly welcomes Raila in Migori after absconding previous tour On his part Governor Sonko restated his commitment to serve the people of Nairobi and ensure they accessed all the necessary services without much struggle. The county boss said his government would give priority to small scale business operators and would ensure they have modern stalls from which they would operate . [ATTACH=full]237665[/ATTACH]

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