President Uhuru Kenyatta in Narok to woo voters

President Uhuru Kenyatta returns to Narok County Friday, about eight months after attending the burial of former Maasai kingpin William ole Ntimama.

The President will commission various development projects besides wooing voters from the region that is perceived to be a swing vote to support his re-election bid.

During his tour, the head of State will start by laying a foundation stone on Dikirr Level Four Hospital in Emurua Dikirr Constituency, the backyard of one of Jubilee critics, Mr Johanna Ng’eno.

He will then commission medical equipment at Trans-Mara West Sub-County Hospital.

Thereafter, the President will officially open Kilgoris Town main market and address residents.

President Kenyatta will then move to Narok Town where he will commission water supply and address members of the public before commissioning medical equipment at the Narok Sub-County Hospital.

Afterwards, he will launch the upgrading of Narok-Sekenani Gate Road to bitumen standard before addressing residents.

The President will end his tour of Narok with a public rally at Narok Stadium.

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