Public Participatory Meetings

From The week.starting on 5th through out to around 13th Feb and 15th the latest,there will be Public Participatory Meetings held at every sublocation daily all over the County in all wards to engage the citizenry in Participatory Budget (PB) process for a prioritised community project not exceeding 2 million per sublocation;
(i) ensure citizens prioritise expected projects
(ii)air views on ongoing projects
(iii)engage and mobilised on contract farming on informed enterprises to be practised in this case sorghum being contracted by East African Maltings Limited a subsidiary raw materials sourcing company for East African Breweries Ltd and Canola an oil crop
……Simply the idea of entrenching what was pledged and promised by the Governor during campaigns in his Manifesto and incorporated, drafted in the CIDP(County Integrated Development Plan) a five year county Master plan which will be divided into a realisable ADP (Annual Development Plan)

Segera ward ,Laikipia County Government Public Participation Schedule

Segera ward ,Laikipia County Government Public Participation at sub location level will be held as follows:

Location Sub-Location Place Date Time
Muramati
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

Impala
Rugutu Naibor Trading Centre 07-02-17 9.am
Impala Lekiji Settlement 05-02-18 9.am

Segera
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

British High Commissioner consultation meeting with County Government of Laikipia

H .E Governor Ndiritu Muriithi held a consultation meeting with British high Commissioner’s Mr Hailey. Addressing the media today after a consultative meeting H.E Governor Ndiritu Muriithiand his Deputy John Mwaniki, British High Commissioner Hailey noted that more investors from UK have expressed interest in investing in the laikipia.
“The two countries have had common interests especially in military cooperation and this will not be stopped any time soon,” said Hailey He assured the Governor its soldiers will continue training in Kenya more so laikipia county despite numerous reports that indicated they could have migrated to Iran.
He further noted that they are looking on how they can expand UK support in Laikipia especially in Amaya Triangle Initiative in peace building and supporting the various development activities.
He said UK was looking on how it can support Laikipia county government in creating a very strong environment for private investors. About 6,000 troops of BATUK train in the area every year.
Governor Muriithi said the discussion was meant to promote increased investment in the area and the country at large.
He noted that the presence of BATUK in Laikipia had a positive contribution in local economy.
The Governor said Amaya Triangle Initiative was meant to restore peace in the four counties of Laikipia, Baringo, Isiolo and Samburu counties.