In Summary
  • Mr Samboja said that ‘lazy’ contractors may also be blacklisted for county projects.
  • Mr Samboja warned contractors against sub-standard work and unnecessary delay in completing projects.
  • More than 100 projects have been lined for implementation in the county’s 20 wards.

Taita Taveta governor Granton Samboja has warned contractors who do shoddy works that they risk not being paid.

Mr Samboja, who has been commissioning projects in the last one week, said that ‘lazy’ contractors may also be blacklisted for county projects.

Mr Samboja warned contractors against sub-standard work and unnecessary delay in completing projects.

More than 100 projects have been lined for implementation in the county’s 20 wards.

Mr Samboja’s government has been under sharp criticism lately over failure to adequately use development funds.

SUBSTANDARD WORK

“My government will not pay for substandard work. I want my people to get value for money,” he said.

The governor, however, assured contractors who will have done a good job that they will be paid promptly.   

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