Interior PS reaffirms government commitment to complete development projects despite Covid-19 crisis

Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho has hailed the Lamu Port project that currently stands at eighty three percent completion, as transformative initiative that will open the Northern Corridor’s economy. The Interior PS made these remarks in Mokowe where he led a high level coterie of 10 principal secretaries under the auspices of the National Development […]

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County Public Accounts committee faults 2020/2021 Budget

The  Lamu County Public Accounts Committee Chairman, Salim Mohammed has poked holes in the 2020/2021 Lamu Budget terming it as flawed over reduced allocations in tourism and fisheries despite the two being the economic mainstay of the county. Speaking to KNA on Sunday in Amu Island, Mohammed further said that the county’s development budget was […]

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200 Mokowe households to receive Sh.17 million to build toilets

About 200 households in Lamu’s Mokowe area  will benefit from a Sh.17 million collaborative project between the county government and the Water Sector Trust Fund to ensure each household has a toilet facility. The  water and sanitation projects comes as a welcome relief with less than 25 percent households in Lamu having access to a […]

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Lamu leaders throw weight behind government effort’s to reopen Boni Schools in January 2020

Lamu  leaders have thrown their weight behind the national government’s plan to reopen the five closed Boni Schools  in January that have been closed since 2013 in a bid to restore learning in the area. The  five  affected schools, include Basuba, Milimani, Mararani, Mangai and Kiangwe that have remained closed since 2014 following terrorist attacks […]

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