County forms committee to fast track issuance of title deeds

Land ownership conflicts in Nakuru County will be a thing of the past following the establishment of a committee to fast track the issuance of title deeds across the County. The committee dubbed ‘land titling standing committee’ is expected to resolve land disputes and hasten the issuance of the title deeds. This even as the County Government in conjunction with the national Government currently undertaking an ambitious titling programme aimed at ensuring all deserving residents acquire title deeds. The programme will benefit 200,000 Nakuru residents, who have waited for years…

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COVID-19:Clergy calls for counseling services in isolation centres

AIPCA Bishop Naftaly Thuku has appealed to the government to source counselors from churches to offer counselling to those in COVID-19 isolation centre. Addressing media in Nakuru,the clergy said the isolated persons need counseling While citing a case at KITI isolation centre in Nakuru where a woman died I what police preliminary report attributes to suicide. The clergy says the government should not wait for many similar cases to take place for action to be taken. “Those in isolation due to corona virus should  be assisted with counselling and the…

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Governor Kinyanjui mourns Mwana a’Nzeki

Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has joined other leaders and the nation in mourning the death of retired Catholic Bishop Nding’i Mwana a‘Nzeki. In a statement to newsrooms, Kinyanjui said the late will be remembered as a fearless defender of the poor and underprivileged in the society. Kinyanjui adding that the late’s work at the pulpit was characterized by a great quest to avail justice for the voiceless masses, even when it meant going against the establishment. “His work at the pulpit was characterized by a great quest to avail justice…

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COVID-19: Nakuru sets up new markets as a precautionary measure

Traders in Nakuru county have been urged to adhere to the new precaution measures to avert spread or exposure to covid-19.  According to a communication from the county government, the new market designated sites will help serve as a de-congestion measure in the main markets.  The County of Nakuru has further abolished all market days across the county but the markets will be open on other days except the designated market days.  According to the new market places as outlined by the County Government of Nakuru,Nasha Market traders will now operate at Afraha stadium,wakulima market wholesale and…

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COVID-19: Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika lauds medics for their selfless service

Nakuru Senator Susan Kihika has commended the medical practitioners who have selflessly continued to serve during this difficult time of the Covid-19 pandemic.  In a statement, Kihika said the medical practitioners have continued to play a key role during this time.  “Thanking God for our nurses, doctors, Health care workers and all first responders across the country on the front line of the fight against Coronavirus,” said Kihika.  She added, “Thank you so much for everything you guys are doing to keep us all healthy and safe at this time of crisis. We owe you our…

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COVID-19:County to offer counseling to those under quarantine and isolation

All persons under quarantine and isolation in Nakuru County due to the COVID-19 will receive counseling form the county government of Nakuru. This according to the statement released by the County CEC member for Health Dr.Gichuki Kariuki. The CEC member was responding after one person who was under quarantine at the Kenya Industrial Training-KITI quarantine center in Nakuru passed away. Initial police investigations attributed the death to suicide. The CEC member says in the statement that the lady is said to have jetted into the country on March 25, 2020…

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