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Today I visited Nessuit Trading Centre and Silibwet areas both in Nessuit Ward, Njoro Sub-County where I called upon the residents to come out in huge numbers and register as voters in the ongoing countrywide voter registration exercise that kicked off on Monday. Njoro Sub-County is among the most populous wards in the County. IEBC targets to register 30,000 new voters in this drive. Since the start of this exercise, which ends on the 14th of February, an average of 700 people have been registered daily as voters in the entire Njoro. If things remain the way they are, registration of the 30,000 more voters might not be possible. Therefore, I urge those who have not registered yet, to do so. The number of those who could possibly be registered as additional voters in Njoro is higher than projected by IEBC, according to data from Registrar of Persons. Registrar of persons indicates that between 2013 and 2016, over 40,000 ID cards were issued in Njoro but are yet to register as voters. Also 3,000 IDs have not been collected. In view of this, a stakeholders' meeting will be held tomorrow and will bring together the County Government of Nakuru, National Government agencies, IEBC among others, to address various challenges facing the exercise in Njoro. I'am personally urging everyone in all the sub-counties in Nakuru County to go and register because I know it is possible to enlist more than the targeted 300,000 for Nakuru County. I also appeal to the people of Nakuru County to register as Jubilee Party members and embrace the party's smartcard so as to be able to take part in the upcoming nominations in April.

First Lady Mama Lucia Kinuthia today met with Women from Catholic Women Association (CWA) in Karai-Naivasha Subcounty. The CWA leadership invited Mama Lucia to address the various issues of concern they have being facing while running projects initiated by their association.

Mama Lucia being a staunch catholic has promised to address all the issues presented to her amicably from the 6 different church stations.

The CWA leadership appreciated her gesture and promised to support Governor Kinuthia Mbugua re-election bid for allowing the first lady to interact with Women of lower status in the society and addressing issues affecting them.
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First Lady Mama Lucia Kinuthia today met with Women from Catholic Women Association (CWA) in Karai-Naivasha Subcounty. The CWA leadership invited Mama Lucia to address the various issues of concern they have being facing while running projects initiated by their association. Mama Lucia being a staunch catholic has promised to address all the issues presented to her amicably from the 6 different church stations. The CWA leadership appreciated her gesture and promised to support Governor Kinuthia Mbugua re-election bid for allowing the first lady to interact with Women of lower status in the society and addressing issues affecting them.

Today the Director for Environment, Natural Resources and Energy Mr. Timothy Kiogora received a donation of 20 litter bins worth 400,000 from the Woolmatt Supermarket managing director Mr. Shanti Goshrani.

The donation was given as a form of honouring their Corporate Social Responsibity role in a bid to help manage waste within Nakuru town.

The director for Environment Mr. Kiogora thanked the Woolmatt supermarket management for their continued support for the Ministry of Environment in keeping Nakuru clean and helping it to retain its glory as one of the cleanest County in Kenya.

“Woolmatt Supper market has been and continues to be a great partner of the County Government as far as managing waste in Nakuru County is concerned. Their endless support have seen Nakuru Resident enjoy a clean environment as well as decrease in disease outbreak that had in the past become a great challenge” He said

He called upon more partners to be more philanthropic and emulate woolmatt supermarket in giving generously towards improving the environment.

On his part, Director Woolmatt Supermarket Mr. Goshrani said that this donation has resonated from their passion for a clean Environment which is the backbone for the success of any business.

He assured the County government of Woolmatt Supermarket’s continued support and partnership as far as the Environment is concerned.

The litter bins will be distributed to the various designated litter points within Nakuru Town.
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