Monday, December, 11, 2017

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Nyamira County News 17

Published in Nyamira County News Written by August 31 2017

Nyamira Governor H.E. John Nyagarama was sworn on Friday 18th August 2017, hence the start of his second term in office. He extended an olive branch to his political opponents in just concluded elections, asking them to join him to develop the region. He pledge to construct cottage industries for value addition of bananas, avocados and pineapples. "We will ensure that such cottage industries will be built in every sub-county," he said. Mr Nyagarama's deputy H.E. Amos Kimwomi Nyaribo was also sworn in at the ceremony that took place at Nyamira Primary grounds. He said a sports academy is under construction at Kiendege in Kitutu Masaba and it will help nurture talent among youth in the county. The governor said his government will boost tourism activities in the county by tapping into foreign tourists visiting the Western circuit.

Published in Nyamira County News Written by March 11 2017

The Nyamira exhibition booth was later on Thursday voted as the 1st runner up during the exhibitions rating and awarded a trophy. Best Exhibitions booth at the fouth Devolution conference was awarded to Kitui County, while Nakuru County which was the host County scooped the 2nd Runner up.

Published in Nyamira County News Written by March 11 2017

Best exhibition booth at the Fourth Devolution conference was awarded to Kitui County, while Nakuru County, which was the host County scooped the 2nd Runner up as Nyamira County took the 1st Runner up.

Published in Nyamira County News Written by March 11 2017

President Uhuru Kenyatta formally opens the Fourth Annual Devolution Conference 2017 at Kenya Wild Life Service Training Institute in Naivasha.

The conference whose theme: ” Devolution -Transforming  lives: Tell your story!” will end on Thursday with  Deputy President William Ruto expected to close  the event.

Nyamira Governor, H.E. John Nyagarama is among Governors who attended the annual event.

 Day one on Monday   was marked with arrivals and setting up of   booths  by exhibitors from counties and other  national agencies.  Over 7,000 delegates are expected  to attend the conference which was held in Meru last year. Kwale  County hosted the first conference in 2014 with Kisumu staging  the second in 2015.

Archbishop Ndingi  Secondary  School  was a beehive of activities  with delegates  converging for accreditation and issuance of  car passes to be able to access the conference  venue.

Security  to the venue of the conference was restricted to only  vehicles with passes. Those without the stickers were turned away.

The Nakuru-Nairobi  Highway   in Naivasha had portrays  of  47 Governors mounted along the road welcoming them to the event by their host Governor  Kinuthia Mbugua.

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