State Department for Public Works PS, Major General(Retired Gordon Kihalangwa addressing newly employed staff today at KBRC building’s auditorium. He advised them to maintain professionalism in their work at all times. He also underscored the need for respect for their seniors. A total of 162 officers have joined the State Department. They include architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, and technicians. They will soon be posted to various parts of the country.
Fish is among the healthiest foods on the planet. It is loaded with important nutrients, such as protein and vitamin D. Fish is also the world’s best source of omega-3 fatty acids, which are incredibly important for your body and brain. The demand for fish in Kenya is enormous as a result of growing human […]
Training Session on Skills Improvement for Senior Office Administrative Services Personnel at the MOW Sports Club
Prof. Paul Maringa opened a Training Session on Skills Improvement for Senior Office Administrative Services Personnel at the Mow Sports Club, Nairobi on 23rd ,November 2018. “The training will provide a platform for you to interact and share experiences and new ideas. Needless to say, my office appreciates and recognizes the important role office administrators play […]
State Department for Public Works staff at the peak of my.Longonot today. They were in Longonot for a team building event largely involving climbing the mountain. It took them one and a half hours to reach the apex. Majority made it to the top and only a handful fell by the wayside. The team was […]