Bahati Hospital Project Resumes in Partnership with County Government and KSF
Written by Ruth Magak
We are thrilled to announce that the Bahati Hospital Project is back on track and progressing in partnership with the County Government and Kingdom Seekers Fellowship (KSF). The Project Implementation Committee met with KSF Vision Bearer, Apostle John Kimani Williams, to discuss the way forward for the project, which is set to resume and be completed for utilization.
Governor Susan Kihika’s commitment to supporting constructive partnerships that enhance service delivery to residents of Nakuru is evident in this partnership. The Governor’s manifesto is centred on providing quality healthcare services to the residents of Nakuru, and this project is a significant step towards realizing that vision.
Apostle Kimani expressed his appreciation for the Governor’s commitment to the project and asked for political goodwill from the Government to ensure its success. He pledged to support even more projects as part of their Community Social Responsibility.
The Chief Officer, Office of the Governor, Newton Mwaura, assured the KSF team of the Governor’s full support for the project and many other areas of support they may need from the County Government.
We are excited to see this project move forward and make a positive impact on the community. We remain committed to supporting constructive partnerships that enhance service delivery to residents of Nakuru.
Stay tuned for more updates on the Bahati Hospital Project as it progresses. Together, we are committed to providing quality healthcare services to the residents of Nakuru.