The government will tighten protocols which are aimed at containing the spread of corona virus in the public transport sector.
Transport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia has said due to coronavirusgovernor Mwangi wa Iriapublic transport sectorTransport and Infrastructure Cabinet Secretary James Macharia Read on
As majority of farmers in Murang’a prepare for a bumper maize harvest, they have been cautioned against selling the cereals.
Governor Mwangi wa Iria asked them not to sell their maize Bishop with ACK in Murang’aCOVID 19 pandemicgovernor Mwangi wa IriaJulius Wanyoikemaize farmers Read on
Close to 100, 000 tea farmers in Murang’a have benefited from face masks from their county government in a move aimed at curtailing potential spread of Covid-19.
The devolved administration on COVID-19face masksgovernor Mwangi wa IriaKTDA directorsmaskstea farmers Read on
The newly constructed Intensive Care Unit block in Murang’a was on Tuesday consecrated by members of clergy drawn from various denominations.
The 35-bed capacity ICU facility is now ready to receive ACK Mount Kenya Central Diocesegovernor Mwangi wa IriaJames WainainaMurang’a Catholic Diocese BishopNew ICU in Murang’a Read on
Some 20 nurses will be sponsored by Murang’a county government to undergo a postgraduate diploma in critical care nursing.
The nurses are expected to oversee an Intensive Care Unit which the Aga Khan HospitalEvelyn Nyamaigovernor Mwangi wa IriaICUKMTC Murang’a Campus Principalpartnershippostgraduate diploma Read on