His Excellency Governor Francis Kimemia was among dignitaries who joined Education Cabinet Secretary Prof. George Magoha in unveiling the recently elevated Nyandarua National Polytechnic in Gatimu ward, Ol’Jororok Sub-County.
H. E. Governor Francis Kimemia together with Cabinet Secretary for Devolution Hon. Eugene Wamalwa today officially commissioned the Tissue Culture Potato Seed unit at the Agriculture Training centre in Ol’Jororok
H.E. Governor Francis Kimemia issued LPG gas cylinders to the elderly and inspected development projects undertaken by the county government.
Governor Kimemia was elected during an extraordinary meeting of the committee to discuss issues in the sector and to chart a way forward.
County residents plants more than 1,500 indigenous trees at Gathanji (Kwa Ngara) Dam in Gathanji Ward, Ol’Jororok Sub-County.
CECM Hon. Dominic Murani (Public Administration and Information Communication Technology) and Hon. Ann-Mary Gathigia (Youth, Sports, Gender and Social Services) delivered assorted foodstuffs.
Two-day self-assessment exercise under the County Creditworthiness Initiative (CCI).
H.E Governor Francis Kimemia and H.E Deputy Governor Cecilia Mbuthia at Ragia Secondary School in Karangatha, Nyakio Ward, Kinangop Sub-County, where they led Akurino faithful in planting 2,200 trees to mark the Church’s centenary in Kenya.
H.E Governor Francis Kimemia with the Council of Governors leadership led by the Chairman, H.E Martin Wambora, today held an introductory meeting with the Senate Standing Committee on Devolution and Intergovernmental Relations, chaired by Homa Bay Senator Hon. Moses Kajwang’
To mark International Wheelchair Day, H.E the First Lady (Amb.) Ann Kimemia has commended PLWD in Nyandarua for embracing H.E Governor Francis Kimemia’s interventions for the vulnerable group.
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