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
On 5th July 2017, We officially opened the new AP housing block consisting of five units at Kerwa Police Post. We were joined by Key security agencies and stakeholders in Kikuyu and residents of Sigona ward. Expansion of the police post will see more police officers brought to the area and consequently enhancing security.
On 26th June 2017, We commissioned the new Kerwa water borehole project that was funded by the EABL Foundation to a tune of ksh. 7.2m under their CSR program that we sourced for to compliment government and community work.The project was implemented by AMREF Health Africa in collaboration with Kerwa Nduma community. The pump has a capacity of 30 cubic meters per hour and a 4km pipeline network. It is
Last Friday at our Embassy in London, had great engagements with Amb. Amayo-UK, Amb.Weru E.U Commission Brussels and the Education Attaché to the UK and my former Alliance girls Principal Ms Kamwilu.
This week I am honored to be representing the Great Republic of Kenya as part of the Commonwealth international observer and election assessment team in the United Kingdom.
Yesterday afternoon (11th May 2017) we hosted a delegation of Ugandan Members of Parliament led by the Chairperson of their Legal and Parliamentary affairs committee and member of the Rules,Discipline and Privileges Committee. I was honored to share with them our Kenyan experience as a member of the Powers and Privileges Committee. Meanwhile, drilling of the second borehole at Kerwa water project second site continues. This is part of our
Yesterday (12th April 2017) we continued with our groups empowerment tour. Today we met over 89 groups in Lussigeti, Karai Muslim, Ondiri, Kinoo Primary area and finally kinoo market. We are giving seed capital to all these groups so as to encourage table banking and clustered economic empowerment across the constituency. The transformation continues
Yesterday (11th March 2017), after paying last respect to a good friend, we joined groups in Kanyayo, Ndiguini, Ndacha and Gichuhiro as we issued the groups with economic empowerment cheques as seed capital for table banking. we also encouraged the groups to access empowerment funds eg Youth fund, women fund and Uwezo fund as these funds are available to groups.
Yesterday morning (6th April 2017) and early afternoon before proceeding to Parliament, we visited Gaitumbi village to see and support ongoing community work on digging trenches to lay piping for the Gaitumbi water project. We later attended the Kidfarmaco Pry school’s annual prize giving ceremony awarding two of last years top students with school fees for one academic year as promised last year.