The Murang’a County Commissioner (CC), Mohammed Barre on Monday warned residents who are ignoring directives aimed at containing spread of coronavirus of dire consequences.
Barre noted with concern that some residents CCCOVID-19David KipkemeiDCCsintensify patrolsKEMRI in KisumuMohammed Barreor CEC HealthProf. Richard Mugaschool-going childrenspread of coronavirus Read on
The Murang’a County Government has instructed all alcohol bars and other liquor drinking dens to close down as stringent measures are put in place to prevent spread of coronavirus.
The County CCclose barscoronaviruscounty governorMohammed BarreMurang’a Level-5 and Muriranja HospitalsMwangi wa IriaTwo special wards Read on
A contractor working on a solid waste management facility in Murang’a is under pressure to complete construction works by end of March this year.
The Nairobi Metropolitan Services Improvement Project (NaMSIP) CCChairperson of CDICCEng.Benjamin NjengalandfillMohammed BarreNaMSIPNaMSIP Project Coordinator Read on
A section of liquor manufacturers and distributors have commenced an exercise of inspecting alcohol brands stocked in bars within Murang’a County.
The move to conduct impromptu inspection is informed by reported CCChairman of the County Bar Owners AssociationChairman of the Liquor Distributors Associationcounterfeit alcoholic brandsDavid KimemiaKEBSKRAliquor manufacturers and distributorsMohammed BarreSimon Jogoo Read on
Parts of Gatanga Sub County in Murang’a will starting next year get boosted power supply after the completion of a substation at Gatakaini area.
The 7.5MVA substation funded by Kenya Power CCCDICCEng. Harrison KamauKPCMohammed BarreMurang’a KPC Managersubstation at Gatakaini areavandalizing and theft of streetlights Read on