On 28th January 2018 morning, we joined the Deputy President at the Redeemed Gospel Church Buruburu for a Sunday service and consecration of the Church’s Minister. My Take Home: Galatians 6:9 Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. We pray for God’s guidance and counsel as we continue to serve His people without
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On 25th January 2018, we joined the Deputy President, The National Treasury CS, other Cabinet Secretaries and Principal Secretaries at the opening ceremony for public hearings on Sector Budget Proposals for 2018/19 FY and the Medium Term budget at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC), amphitheater hall. The three day event was officially opened by the Deputy President who gave the keynote address following the opening remarks from the PS
On 24th January 2018 , We joined the CS Agriculture Willy Bett , Governor Kiambu and the Parliamentary committee on Agriculture on a tour of the Kephis laboratories at the Karlo Headquarters (formerly Kari muguga headquarters). At this function we implored on him and ministry officials on the need to allow us utilize part of their idle land in Kari Muguga for productive activities. We also discussed the development of
On 22nd January 2018, we joined the constituency education fraternity in a joint stakeholders meeting comprising of headteachers, B.O.M chairs, administration officers (Chiefs and ass. Chiefs), TSC officials, churches and judiciary representatives at Kikuyu township primary hall. Among the issues discussed included the implementation and dynamics of the free day secondary and primary education,achievement of 100% transition from primary to secondary schools from the current 70% in Kikuyu constituency, proper
On 12th January 2018 afternoon till late that evening we had a consultative development planning meeting of the elected leaders in Kikuyu Constituency. With MCAs Henry Kagiri,Samuel Mugwanja , Muhindi Kioi, Kimani Wanjiku & Naphtali Ngugi, we have engaged on the need to have co-ordinated development planning and execution at both levels of government as we endeavor to Transform Kikuyu and Change Lives.
8th January 2018, together with Tharaka Nithi Governor, We had a great engagement with eminent former MPs Hon Gatabaki-Githunguri, Hon Kamau Icharia -Kiambaa , Hon Chris Kamuyu- Dagoretti and hosted by Hon Gitonga Lari. These great Kenyans had powerful words of encouragement and we gained from their various experiences and wisdom. It was an afternoon well spent as we were also joined by Hon Patrick Munene Chuka-igamba Ngombe and Hon
On 29th December 2017, We issued KICE Foundation scholarship cheques to over 90 KICE beneficiaries to a tune of Kshs. 2.4 Million at the CDF office. We also welcomed 20 new form one beneficiaries (a number of them being complete orphans)into the KICE scholarship program after a vigorous vetting exercise.The new form one beneficiaries have received Kshs. 546,303 in fees for first term. We want to congratulate them and encourage
In the financial year 2016/2017, Kshs. 2,500,000 was allocated for construction of 4 AP Quarters (Laying foundation, walling,roofing and plastering) and construction of pit latrine toilets.
Yesterday evening (10th July 2017), We commissioned the Kikuyu street light program funded by the National government. This is part of the vision that guides us in Transforming Kikuyu into a 24 hour economy. We plan to extend this program to Kidfarmaco and other neighbouring areas. We were accompanied by the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Energy Eng. Njoroge, National treasury Permanent secretary, Dr. Kamau Thugge, Patrick Nduati Mwangi, Permanent Secretary,
Today morning (10th July 2017), We officially opened the newly constructed AP Living quarters and toilet block fully funded by NG-CDF at Gatune Police station, Nachu ward. After visiting the station a few months back, we realized the sorry state of the previous AP lines which led urgent need of new houses. Security is an important pillar in our manifesto and especially with the rising development in the area. We