Mututho calls on Governor Kinyanjui to roll out food program for the vulnerable

Former Naivasha MP John Mututho has called on the county government of Nakuru to roll out food program for  the vulnerable during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Through a phone interview,Mututho said groups such as street children,the elderly,the IDPs,orphans,and the commercial sex workers in Nakuru town need to be supported. He says the groups are residents of Nakuru and should be supported during this time when the country is facing the COVID-19 pandemic. He says the county food distribution program for the vulnerable should should also be entrusted in the hands of…

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COVID-19:All markets in Nakuru to be de-congested

All markets in Nakuru County will be de-congested as a way to avert public exposure to COVID-19. The Nakuru County Multi-sectoral Committee on COVID-19 has taken the move after an early Monday visit by a team led by County Commissioner Erastus Mbui indicated that there was excessive congestion in various markets. Addressing media in Nakuru, the Committee led by Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui stated the congestion in the market remained a challenge as far war on Corona virus is concerned. “The excessive congestion in our markets remains the weakest link in…

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Nakuru BBI rally cancelled

Governor Lee Kinyanjui addressing media on the cancelled Nakuru BBI rally

Nakuru BBI rally that was scheduled for 21st March has been cancelled. Addressing media on Friday afternoon, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui on behalf of the Nakuru BBI organizing committee said the meeting has been cancelled for a latter date. “We take this opportunity to inform members of the public that the planned BBI sensitization meeting scheduled for 21st March, 2020 has been rescheduled to a later date to be announced as appropriate” said Kinyanjui. This decision has been made in consultation with Governors from the Rift Valley region and the…

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Governor Kinyanjui refutes claims of blocking planned DP Ruto allies’ BBI rally

Nakuru governor Lee Kinyanjui has refuted claims that he is blocking the purpoted planned BBi rally in Nakuru on 8th February. Addressing media in Nakuru on Wednesday,Kinyanjui said the County Government of Nakuru is yet to receive a formal request for the planned February 8th BBI rally. The meeting is being planned by a section of MPs loyal to Deputy President William Ruto. Kinyanjui added that once communication on the same is made,then shall the county act to facilitate necessary arrangements. “We shall facilitate necessary arrangements for the success of…

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Kinyanjui congratulates teacher Mokaya for scooping UN Person of the Year Award

Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui has congratulated and celebrated teacher Peter Mokaya Tabichi for winning the UN Person of the Year Award. In a press release on Thursday , Kinyanjui stated that the victory of Tabichi should be celebrated as many of the sacrifices made by teachers across the World. “His victory is a celebration of the many sacrifices made by teachers across the world” said Kinyanjui. Kinyanjui noted the contribution made by teachers in the development of humanity form Primary to Secondary schools.He termed teachers as key in the societal…

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Nakuru applauded for initiating process of constituting County Budget and Economic Forum

Lee Kinyanjui

The Civil Society Reference Group (CSRG) has applauded the County Government of Nakuru for starting the process of constituting the Nakuru County Budget and Economic Forum. In a letter signed by CSRG Presiding Convener Suba Churchill, the organization pointed out Nakuru County as a good example and further urged other county governments to follow suit and establish the CBEFs as required by the Public Finance Management Act. “The County Government of Nakuru is doing it the right way by openly and publicly inviting the various stakeholders to independently nominate their…

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