2022 is a new page to write fresh stories

President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a message of hope to all Kenyans as they usher in the new year.

In a pre-recorded video shared on Friday, the President said the new year gives all Kenyans t do things better.

“The new year is one for course correction and building back better,” Uhuru said.

“The future is invisible to the naked eye, and only those with the lens of faith can see it. Only the bold and courageous can achieve it.”

Uhuru the new year offers 365 days of an empty page to every Kenyan upon which they will either chronicle their story of success or failure.

While reflecting on the past year, Uhuru acknowledged the National development he spearheaded.

“This last year, my Administration continued to bridge ‘the deficits that actually matter’. We bridged the infrastructure deficit,we bridged the deficit of accessibility to quality and affordable healthcarefor all, and we bridged the deficit of a weak agricultural regulatoryframework. We also bridged the deficit of insecurity by scaling up our security sector reforms; and we vastly improved the ease of doing business in Kenya, making it easier for Kenyans to thrive in enterprise, ” he said.

“In the New Year 2022, the nation will move closer to the realizationof the Universal Health Coverage. Through our different programmes,health care will be available to all and affordable for all. This will bemade possible because of the bold and progressive legislation wehave made to support it.”

The Head of State said several seminal state projects will be completed in 2022 and the dividends of those public investments will be felt by Kenyans.

“In the early part of 2022 for instance, the CBC InfrastructureProgramme will have delivered 10,000 classrooms across the country;securing our children a better environment for their studies,” Uhuru said.

“Our landscape in the New Year will also be redefined by thecompletion of the construction of major road arteries across everypart of the nation.”

The iconic Nairobi Expressway will be open for use in the first quarter of the New Year.

Away from Nairobi, the Kisumu Mamboleo Road, the Eldoret Bypass; Isebania – Kisii Road; KibweziMutumo-Kitui-Migwani Road; Garsen-Witu-Road; LaisamisNgurunit Road; Makutano-Kachelieba-Konyao Road in West –Pokot; Ngong Suswa Road; Kenol-Marua Road; the MombasaRoads Network; the James Gichuru- Rironi Road Expansion, and the Mau Mau Roads will be completed.

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