461 primary schools in Kiambu already connected to the national grid.


The Kiambu County Development Implementation Committee (CDICC) will next week visit Thika East and West sub-counties to inspect various projects which include roads that are under the Kenya Urban Roads Authority (KURA), the Ndula-Magongoni Irrigation project and Komo irrigation project.

This was revealed during a CDICC meeting in Kiambu on Thursday chaired by the County commissioner Wilson Wanyanga.

During the meeting, it was also revealed that the Kenya Power Company had already connected 461 primary schools in the county to the national grid to the tune of sh. 2.9 million with Munyaka Theta Primary School in Juja Sub-County being the only exception, being a fairly a new school.

However, the Rural Electrification Authority (REA) is scheduled to complete this connection latest in September.

Within a span of one year, Kiambu has also benefitted with floodlight masts 165 and 2, 390 streetlights installed at a cost sh. 510 million.
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