H.E the Governor Ndiritu Muriithi and Chief officer health Dr.Mogoi welcomed Stephen Kirogo, ,Malcom and Beaky at Rumuruti on Thursday 8th during a site visit of mega hospital that will cater for the 6.9 million plus population from Laikipia,Samburu,Baringo and Isiolo Counties.The Project which will cost 5 billion will be built through the assistance of the Millineum Water Alliance.
. Sports, Youth, Culture Gender -CO Governor Woodboy Mkenya
• Isiri Fatuma Aden CO- Education
• CO Health -Donald Mogoi
• CPSB Member- Peter Mumo Gathuru
• Deputy County CS- Amoz L Derulo
• County Secretary -Karanja Njora
CEC County Administration and Human capital- Mumbi Mwago
James T. Mathenge: CEC Health.
• CO Trade Cooperative- Jesse Mbuthi
• CO Finance and Planning- Eunice Wangari Ngatia
• CO Environment and Natural resources -Jennifer Kinoti
• CO Water- James Kamenju
• Political advisor- James Nyaga Githiri
• Legal advisor -Alex Muchemi
• Director protocol- Rose Maitai
• Amaya triangle initiative Director- Virginia Nyaguthii Wahome Gichachi
.CO Administration Wallace Ndiritu.
Segera ward ,Laikipia County Government Public Participation at sub location level will be held as follows:
Location Sub-Location Place Date Time
Kimugandura Ndikiri Trading Centre 06-02-18 9.am
Naibor Muramati Trading Centre 08-02-18 9.am
Mukima Mukima Trading Centre 09-02-18 9.am
Rugutu Naibor Trading Centre 07-02-17 9.am
Impala Lekiji Settlement 05-02-18 9.am
Segera Tanki Nyeusi Settlement 12-02-18 9.am Ngarenyiro Ngarenyiro Trading Centre 12-02-18 9.am
Marura Marua Dispensary Compound 13-02-18 9.am
Kamwenje spring and Kiambogo borehole have been repaired and residents can now access water.Team also conducting feasibility/assessment for providing Kinamba with reliable supply of water.
Laikipia East Residents have a Date with the H.E Governor Ndiritu Muriithi,On Saturday 3rd Feb 2018 he will be in Ngarengiro (Lamuria) to launch the Lamuria market stalls,Spearhead the initiative of NHIF registration which he promised to cost share with each household and also to set ground for installation of a theatre in Lamuria dispensary. Later on the same day he will be expected in Makutano and Wiyumiririe
Laikipia county Government under the leadership of H.E Governor Ndiritu Muriithii is committed to providing better infrastructure , reliable and efficient road network.
Road grading ongoing currently at Marmanet ward. Roads to be rehabilitated include
• Melwa Primary to Nyanjuki dam,
• Gatundia Catholic to Munanda road,
• Gatarasha to Limunga secondary,
• Kwa Wainaina to Joram road,
• Astu to Oljabet bridge road,
• kwa Mukundi to Muthaiga road Oljabet.
This is in continuation of the rehabilitation of 150 km of roads in the entire county Laikipia County.
Laikipia County Government has embarked on rehabilitation of 150 kilometers of roads in all the wards in the county.
Each ward will benefit with 10 kilometers of roads that will be graveled, graded and culverts installed at a cost of 60 million.
Speaking while commissioning the rehabilitation of Mathagiro – Karachi road in Umande ward on Monday, the deputy governor John Mwaniki said the executive was working with members of county Assembly in identifying the roads in their respective areas that need to be rehabilitated before the onset of long rains in March.
“There are eight weeks remaining before the onset of the rains and we have resolved to gravel and grade 150 kilometers of roads across the county,” Mr Mwaniki said.
The area MCA Mr. Daniel Mugweru appealed to the local residents in the area who have built structures on roadsides to move them so as to give room for the road works.
“If we cooperate with the government I’m sure Laikipia will be county number one in Kenya once we rehabilitate roads in our wards in the entire county. When the graders come please let those with structure besides the roads move them to enable the expansion of the roads.” The ward representative noted.
The area residents expressed their joy as they could not believe that graders had been commissioned to upgrade that road which they said had been a challenge to many who had to ferry their loved ones to hospital and also the young children attending the local school in the area. They said the road gets impassable when it rains and therefore this was a relieve to them.
The exercise shall be conducted in all the wards across the county. 07
The establishment of an electronic livestock identification model and traceability project has kicked off in Laikipia (Nanyuki) with a target 10,000 heads of cattle in the first phase. The project is spearheaded by the County Government of Laikipia, Kenya Veterinary Association and livestock owners.The plan is meant to curb theft of livestock, track down product (beef) information hence improving the local and international market for beef, and control diseases.