At Kizingitini in Lamu on 02/10/2019 inspecting the effects of the ongoing flooding caused by high tides. Kizingitini mixed Secondary school is threatened with being washed. Present during the inspection was the school principal Mr. Issa c Kanyo, area chief Mr. Luqman, Asst Chief Ahmed Mhudhar,Elder Yusuf Omar and SDoPW staff led by CES Eng. H. J. N. Nyaanga. It was proposed that in order to save the school from being washed away a 200m seawall needs to be constructed as a matter of urgency. This will save the school and surrounding properties.
During the site handing over for Mokowe jetty reconstruction project. The project which will cost Kenya Shillings 599 million will have among other components; a fueling station for boats, a storeyed waiting lounge with ground level parking spaces and an access ramp alongside staircase. This jetty is located at the road terminal point into the […]
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 […]
Refurbishment of Nyayo National Stadium under supervision of the State Department for Public Works is complete and handed over.