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DSC 8354National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich (Right) and World Bank Country Director, MS. Diarietou exchange signed project credit agreement between the Government of Kenya and the World Bank of Kshs 50 billion (US Dollars 500 milllion) for financing the Kenya – Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Project (EARTTDFP) at the National Treasury building today, Monday, July 20, 2015.
Rotich said the signed amount will be channeled to rehabilitate 298 km road stretch between Nakodok to Loichangamatak with the Government developming the 40km section that lies between Loichangamatak and Lokichar (Turkana County) at the cost of Sh 17 billion. The road stretches is part of 601 km road between Lesseru in Eldoret and Nakodok at the Kenya and South Sudan border which will be rehabilitated at the total cost of about of Sh 107 billion (US Dollars 1.07 billion).

 

DSC 8346National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich (2nd Left) and World Bank Country Director, MS. Diarietou (Left) sign project credit agreement between the Government of Kenya and the World Bank of Kshs 50 billion (US Dollars 500 milllion) for financing the Kenya – Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Project (EARTTDFP) at the National Treasury building today, Monday, July 20, 2015. The Principal Secretaries: National Treasury, Dr Kamau Thugge (2nd Right) and Infrastructure, Eng. John K. Mosonik (Right) were among those who witnessed the signing ceremony. Rotich said the signed amount will be channeled to rehabilitate 298 km road stretch between Nakodok to Loichangamatak with the Government developming the 40km section that lies between Loichangamatak and Lokichar (Turkana County) at the cost of Sh 17 billion. The road stretches is part of 601 km road between Lesseru in Eldoret and Nakodok at the Kenya and South Sudan border which will be rehabilitated at the total cost of about Sh 107 billion (US Dollars 1.07 billion).

World Bank Country Director, MS. Diarietou (Left) flanked by the National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich speaks during the signing ceremony of project credit agreement between the Government of Kenya and the World Bank of Kshs 50 billion (US Dollars 500 milllion) for financing the Kenya – Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Project (EARTTDFP) at the National Treasury building today, Monday, July 20, 2015. The Principal Secretaries: National Treasury, Dr Kamau Thugge (2nd Right) and Infrastructure, Eng. John K. Mosonik (Right) were among those who witnessed the signing ceremony.
Rotich said the signed amount will be channeled to rehabilitate 298 km road stretch between Nakodok to Loichangamatak with the Government developming the 40km section that lies between Loichangamatak and Lokichar (Turkana County) at the cost of Sh 17 billion. The road stretches is part of 601 km road between Lesseru in Eldoret and Nakodok at the Kenya and South Sudan border which will be rehabilitated at total cost of about Sh 107 billion (US Dollars 1.07 billion).

DSC 8395Principal Secretary, Infrastructure, Eng. John K. Mosonik (Right) speaks during the signing ceremony by National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich (2nd Left) and World Bank Country Director, MS. Diarietou (Left) of project credit agreement between the Government of Kenya and the World Bank of Kshs 50 billion (US Dollars 500 milllion) for financing the Kenya – Eastern Africa Regional Transport, Trade and Development Facilitation Project (EARTTDFP) at the National Treasury building today, Monday, July 20, 2015. The Principal Secretary National Treasury, Dr Kamau Thugge (2nd Right) also witnessed the signing ceremony.
Rotich said the signed amount will be channeled to rehabilitate 298 km road stretch between Nakodok to Loichangamatak with the Government developming the 40km section that lies between Loichangamatak and Lokichar (Turkana County) at the cost of Sh 17 billion. The road stretches is part of 601 km road between Lesseru in Eldoret and Nakodok at the Kenya and South Sudan border which will be rehabilitated at the total cost of about Sh 107 billion (US Dollars 1.07 billion).

Pictures Kibet Cheptumo/KNA