Stalled projects in Taita Taveta cast shadow on Uhuru’s legacy

Water overflows from a damaged pipe at Kibarani area in Mombasa. The government plans to construct a second Sh35 billion pipeline from Mzima Springs in Taita Taveta County.  

Photo credit: File | Nation Media Group

As President Uhuru Kenyatta seeks to secure his legacy, the ghosts of stalled projects in Taita Taveta County are likely to cast a shadow on the government he has led for about 10 years.

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