Achak Bridge in Kokwanyo-Kakelo, Kabondo Kasipul Sub County will be constructed by the County Government at a cost of approximately 4.5 million within two months.

The bridge that is currently dilapidated is important as it  connects Kokwanyo and Kakelo communities.

Speaking at the bridge on Thursday afternoon  during a tour  of development projects ,Governor Cyprian Awiti challenged the contractor to ensure the project is completed within the stipulated two month period, He was accompanied during the tour by his Deputy Hamilton Orata, CEC member for Transport and Infrastructure Dr. David Okeyo,  Chief Officer Eng. Chris Agong, the Chief of staff Eliud Otieno, Rachuonyo East Seputy County Commissioner Mr Jack Obwo and  area MCA  Dan Ochieng  among other officials.

The County Chief reiterated that he is determined to leave a legacy to the residents of Homa bay County by ensuring that he fulfills all the pledges he made  in his manifesto during August 8,2017 campaigns.

‘’I  focused on infrastructure in my manifesto and before I leave office I will ensure this is achieved ” he said

Awiti promised to work closely with the National Government to initiate development projects within the County. He asked the elected leaders of Homa Bay to stop politicking and instead deliver to the electorates who will   judge them only by their development track records

The Chief Officer assured the residents that  funds for the project is available and nobody should use it as an excuse to delay the project. During the tour,Governor Awiti also  visited the ongoing construction of both Nyakwere Market and Miriu Health  centre in Wangchieng Ward.