The Kenyan Government has this morning launched a website where citizens can find the various projects that it has implemented. The website was launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.

Kenyatta had promised to launch the website on March 15th 2017 as he was reading the 2017/2018 budget.

At the event, the Government through Nzioka Waita the Deputy Chief of Staff, acknowledged that there hasn’t been enough information about the projects that the government had implemented and that is why the website was launched. He added that the website also included a lot of untold stories that include building of roads and bridges that had never existed and which people don’t know about.

The website is divided into three thematic areas:

  1. Flagship Programmes – It covers the Jubilee Government’s key projects ranging from Education, ICT, Energy etc.
  2. My County – Covers projects in counties and includes funds received by each County
  3. Ministry Milestones – It covers projects that have been undertaking by different ministries

The Government promised to be updated data on the website real time as they receive. The website will also include a feature, in the coming days, where citizens will be able to ask questions and receive answers in 48 hours.