希尼爾翻譯公司（www.eacrwc.tw）2016年1月3日了解到：Kenya will launch various
development projects this year as the country seeks to develop and
become a middle-income nation.
In his New Year address to the nation, President Uhuru Kenyatta
said the government will build 8,000 km of new tarmacked roads in 2016.
The projects will cover every county of Kenya. The first batch
totalling 1,700 kilometers will be launched this January. A second batch
of 1,800 kilometers will be launched in March. I appeal to governors to
fully support this programme, said Kenyatta.
The country will also review its education system to make it more
modern and relevant to the changing development needs of the 21st
We will deliver digital learning devises to our schools this
year. We will do a lot more that I do not wish to set out at this
moment. Most importantly, we will work together as one people to build a
great nation that each one of us will be proud to call home, he said,
adding that his government will remain open, democratic, transparent,
united and peaceful.
The Kenyan government will also seek to better the lives of
citizens and unite the nation.
We will achieve our dream of happy individuals, strong families,
united communities and a successful nation. The transformation will
continue with greater momentum. We will keep on delivering on our
promise, he said.
Among the country’s achievements in 2015, according to the
president, is the construction of the standard gauge railway,
devolution, rural electrification and increased use of mobile phones,
with subscribers standing at 30 million.
What is normal today, electricity, cell phones, devolution,
security system improvement, digital broadcasting, internet, were
figments and desires only a few years ago. This is how society evolves
and transforms, he said.
In this instant, I would like to hail the act of bravery
demonstrated by patriotic Kenyans during the recent attack on a bus in
Mandera. Through sheer bravery and courage, they were able to save the
lives of fellow Kenyans. They truly stood up for Kenya. I salute and
congratulate them for their quick and heroic action, Kenyatta said.