The National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority (NWHSA) acting CEO Geoffrey Sang was today arrested by Detectives from the Serious Crimes Department. The dramatic arrest happened at the parastatal’s office in Industrial Area, Nairobi. The Detectives took away documents from his office and from the procurement department before whisking him away to the headquarters of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) along Kiambu Road. Erick Okeyo, NWHSA’s chair when reached, he said that he had not been
The Kenya National Private Security Workers Union has urged the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, to take up voting registration exercise to the security firms premises to enable the security guards to get registered as voters. The Union's secretary general Isaac Andabwa has said majority of the guards can not afford the bus fare to move from one place to another to get them registered.
Kisumu County Deputy Governor Dr Mathew Owili addressing media in kisumu on Wednesday,June 10,2020. The Kenyan government is set to kick off the construction of a multi-billion purpose dam between Kericho and Kisumu counties. According to the chairman of the National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority Erick Okeyo, the national government has planned to use Sh 25 billion and at least 2500 acres of land to construct Koru-Soin multipurpose dam. He revealed that the national government is currently waiting
Busia County and the National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority (NWHSA) on Friday signed Sh54million deal to connect clean water to homes in the flood-prone Bunyala South, Budalang’i. The agreement will see the authority rehabilitate and expand Osieko-Nambo Water Supply Project and undertakes piping which is expected to cover 27 kilometres. Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong and NWHSA’s board chair Erick Okeyo signed the deal at the Busia Kenya Medical Training College. Bunyala South is among the hard-hit