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Mozzart-Bet launches Sh2.3 million water project in Busia

Mozzart Bet Kenya has sunk a solar-powered borehole at Murumba Market in Marachi Central Ward, Busia County, as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

Mozzart Bet County Manager, Sasa Krneta, led the delegation from Mozart Bet to Commission the Sh2.3 million water project for the County Government of Busia in a brief ceremony graced by Busia Governor, Sospeter Ojaamong and his Deputy, Moses Mulomi.

Mozzart bet County Manager, Sasa Krneta, with Busia Governor, Sospeter Ojaamong and the Deputy Governor, Moses Mulomi. Photo by Absalom Namwalo

Speaking at the occasion Krneta urged Murumba residents to maintain high hygiene, particularly during this time of the pandemic. This comes as the company handed over the project to the community to manage.

The Company launched the “100 Water Wells For Our Communities” project in the course of last year and the first water point in Busia County at Murumba Market is now operational.

Mozzart’s “100 Water Wells For Our Communities” project is a social responsibility undertaking to give back to the society through offering clean water to the most deserving communities. More water points will be commissioned this year. “I want to assure Kenyans that ongoing CSR activities will continue and we will, as a matter of fact, put more emphasis and resources to help the most vulnerable communities around the country,” Krneta added.

Krneta also handed over football kits to the community football teams to boost the level of soccer in the County.

Ojaamong thanked the investor for supporting community needs in the County as he opened doors for Mozzart and other sponsors to invest more in Busia in other sectors, including health.

The County promised the resident to allocate fund to support the projects so that more households will have clean water at their doorsteps.

As part of our commitment to support various community activities, Mozart bet has donated close to 150 water pipes to help the villagers build a proper water distribution system.

“As a Kenyan company committed to our people, we pledge to continue contributing to high impact community programmes and projects that uplift and enrich the lives of Kenyans.  As we grow in business, we will share that success with society,” said Krnet.

By Absalom Namwalo

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