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Acre Tano-Thamanda-Kefri Road and Thamanda Police Post Inspection

On 9th April 2018, Most of the day was spent at the Constituency office attending to issues of concern to constituents. With numerous medical issues being a major problem to our people, I continue to urge all Constituents to enroll with NHIF to counter this challenge. We shall continue to encourage and support them in enlisting as members of NHIF. Thereafter we made a visit to the acre tano-thamanda-Kefri road

Tour of Security Facilities Around the Constituency

On 6th April 2018 We joined the Deputy President at Murang’a high school and Kirinyaga, our Constituency team plus the Subcounty Security Committee was at hand to receive the Parliamentary Security Committee Chairman Hon Koinange on a tour of security facilities around the Constituency. This follows my appeal for support from the Ministry of Interior, in the upgrade of our security facilities at Kikuyu police station, Kinoo and lusigetti. With

Tree Planting Campaign #gogreen

On 5th April 2018, We joined parents, students and teachers of Nduma primary school as we launched the #GOGREEN tree planting campaign where we planted over 750 seedlings. We were joined by the CEC water, environment & natural resources John Mugwe and the regional forestry director from KEFRI. We also toured Kerwa Primary school and Nguriunditu pry to inspect the implementation of the schools’ second phaselift development works and also

Commissioning Muhu Secondary School Multi- Purpose Hall

On 4th April 2018, We joined students, teachers and the entire fraternity of Muhu secondary school as they marked their annual prize giving day. We also officially opened the new multi-purpose hall that was fully funded by the Kikuyu CDF. We discussed on pertinent issues in regard to improving the quality of education in our secondary schools. We have also done two new classes in the school through the Ministry

Pilot Food Security Program

Easter Monday, We toured Nachu’s Kianjiru cluster where The Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation through the National Irrigation Board (NIB) is implementing one of the agenda four pillars through a pilot food security program that will see farmers get earth dam water pans for irrigation right on their farms. A departure from the earlier program of bigger dams that were envisioned to be shared by groups of farmers and were

Public Private cooperation Through CSR

This morning (29th March 2018) at Kanyiha primary school, the school community received donations of two water tanks and sanitary pads for the girls from the management and staff of Stanbic Bank Westlands Branch after I approached them to support some of our schools through their CSR programs. With limited resources in government and focused on delivery we shall continue to engage the corporate sector to support us through CSR

KICE foundation Walk

On 17th March 2018, we held our 4th annual KICE fundraising 10Km walk from Gikambura stadium to Kikuyu township primary school. This walk is aimed at raising funds used to offer scholarships to needy bright students. We were able to raise well over 1.2 Million from contributions of over 63 schools across Kikuyu. We would like to greatly appreciate all those that gave towards this cause. KICE Foundation is a

Focused on Development

On 6th Feb 2018 Morning, with Kabete MP Hon Wamacukuru, DCCs Kikuyu and Kabete, County Commissioner and Kiambu Governor Hon Waititu at the County Commissioners office where we held a consultative meeting on the relocation of administrative offices and staff quarters in Kikuyu to facilitate the construction of the world bank funded (Nairobi metropolitan service improvement project) NaMSIP Market in Kikuyu Town and establishing a Subcounty Administrative area in Kabete.

A tour of the Kephis laboratories at the Karlo Headquarters

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

Kikuyu Education Fraternity Joint Stakeholders Meeting

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