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Becoming a Smart City

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NOTICE TO THE NOMINEES AND MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC. The questionnaire can be obtained from the County Assembly of Nyeri Website. nyeriassembly.go.ke/advert/ ... See MoreSee Less
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HOUSE APPROVES THE APPOINTMENT OF THREE MEMBERS TO THE NYERI COUNTY HOSPITAL BOARDSThe County Assembly of Nyeri has this evening approved the appointment of three Members to the Nyeri County Hospital Boards of County Level IV and V Hospitals namely; Mr. Martin Githinji, the Nominee for Nyeri County Referral Hospital, Ms. Wanjira Kaburi(Othaya Level IV Hospital) and Mr. Paul Mathu (Mt. Kenya Level IV Hospital).While moving the motion for adoption of the Vetting report on behalf of the Chairperson Committee on Health Services, the Vice Chairperson and Mwiyogo / EndarashaWard MCA Hon. Christopher Mbichi informed the House that the Nominees appeared before the Committee and were vetted in accordance with the Public Appointments (County Assemblies Approval) Act, 2017. He further explained that the Committee examined the overall suitability of the Nominees based on academic qualifications, Professional experience, knowledge of the relevant subject, integrity, vision and leadership among others. Hon. Mbichi also noted that the Nominees have vast experience in the relevant fields adding that they are well suited for the job. In a sitting Chaired by the Deputy Speaker and Ruring’u Ward MCA Hon. Samuel Kariuki, the Hon. Members approved the appointment of the Board Members noting that they possess the requisite qualifications and professional experience required to serve in the Hospital Boards. The Hon. Members urged the Nominees to fully utilize their skills to enhance service delivery in the hospitals.The functions of the Hospital Boards are to :-(a) Provide oversight over the administration of the hospital;(b) Promote the development of the hospital;(c) Approve plans and programs for implementing county health strategies in the hospital;(d) Approve estimates before submission to the Chief Officer; and carry out any other function assigned by the Executive Secretary ... See MoreSee Less
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REQUEST FOR STATEMENTS BY HON. MEMBERS Chinga Ward MCA Hon. Kiruga Thuku has this evening requested for a statement through the Committee on Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries on the earning of Nyeri tea farmers per kilogram of tea.In his request for statement, Hon. Thuku noted that farming is the sole economic activity for most of the farmers emphasizing the need to ensure they realize optimal gains from tea farming. The response to this statement should provide details on the earnings for the year 2022, current earning per kilogram of tea and the projected price of kilogramme of tea by the year 2027.In a different statement Karima Ward MCA Hon. Eunice Wagaki requested for a statement from the Committee on Education , Science and Technology on when Unjiru Vocational Training Centre in Karima Ward , Othaya will be operationalized noting that she has set aside Kshs.500,000 within the Ward Specific Budget for FY 2023/2024 for the purpose of renovating the facility. The Hon. Member has urged the Department to put in place measures to ensure the said learning center is free from vandalism and theft. ... See MoreSee Less
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ENVIRONMENT COMMITTEE VISITS CHINGA DAM The Committee on Environment and Natural Resources Chaired by Magutu Ward MCA Hon. Jackson Kabingu has this afternoon conducted a site visit to Chinga with the aim to ascertain the status of Chinga Dam in Chinga Ward. Accompanied by the area MCA Hon. Kiruga Thuku, the Hon. Members noted that tragic cases have been recorded from the said dam emphasizing the need for the Department of Water, Irrigation, Environment and Natural Resources to ensure dam safety in order to curb accidents and safety hazards. They also called upon the department to ensure the area is fenced for security purposes among others.The Committee will compile a report and table its findings and recommendations before the House. ... See MoreSee Less
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APPROVED BUSINESS FOR THE WEEK COMMENCING 5TH TO 6TH SEPTEMBER, 2023PAPERS1. Report of the Auditor General on Othaya Mukurweini Water Services Company Limited for the year ended 30th June, 2022Hon. James Kanyugo, Leader of the Majority Party2. Report of the Auditor General on Naromoru Water and Sanitation Company Limited for the year ended 30th June, 2022Hon. James Kanyugo, Leader of the Majority Party3. Report of the Auditor General on Mathira Water and Sanitation Company Limited for the year ended 30th June, 2022Hon. James Kanyugo, Leader of the Majority Party4. Report of the Auditor General on Tetu Aberdare Water and Sanitation Company Limited for the year ended 30th June, 2022Hon. James Kanyugo, Leader of the Majority Party5. Waiver Reports for financial year 2022/2023 Hon. James Kanyugo, Leader of the Majority Party6. Annual Development Plan, 2024/2025Hon. James Kanyugo, Leader of the Majority Party7. Report of the Health Services Committee on vetting of the Nominees for appointment to the Boards of County Level IV and V Hospitals.Hon. Njuguna Wanjiku Kawanjiku, Chairperson of the Health Services CommitteeMESSAGE 1. Message from H.E the Governor on Vetting of two Nominees for appointment to the Office of Chief OfficerMOTION1. Mr. Speaker Sir, I beg to move the following motion: -That this Assembly do now adopt the Report of the Health Services Committee on vetting of the Nominees for appointment to the Boards of County Level IV and V HospitalsHon. Njuguna Wanjiku Kawanjiku, Chairperson of the Health Services Committee2. Mr. Speaker Sir, I beg to move the following motion: -That this Assembly do now adjourn pursuant to the provisions of Standing Order 26 (3) for the long recess and resume on Tuesday, 3rd October, 2023 at 9:00 a.m.Hon. James Kanyugo, Leader of the Majority PartyRESPONSE TO STATEMENT1. Response to a Statement by the Chairperson of the Committee on Gender, Social Services and Special Programmes to Hon. Pauline Nyokabi, Specially Elected Member concerning the steps that the Department will take to identify and restrain street families from roaming the streets of Nyeri, Karatina, Othaya, Chaka, Naro-moru and Mukurwe-ini Towns2. Response to a Statement by the Chairperson of the Committee on Health Services to Hon David M.M Kabatha, MCA Iria-ini Mathira Ward in regard to lack of medical equipment at Karatina Sub County Hospital and particularly those that facilitate ENT, Head and Neck Surgeries.3. Response to a Statement by the Chairperson of the Gender, Social Services and Special Programmes Committee to Hon. Pauline Nyokabi, MCA, Specially Elected on the steps that the Department will take to ensure that all the Persons Living with Disability in Nyeri County are within the County Disability database. ... See MoreSee Less
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