Nyandarua County Assembly to be reopened today after being closed for five weeks over rise in Covid-19 cases, Deputy Speaker Zachary Njeru says. 3 people killed, six injured after building under construction collapses. Two of the dead were food vendors serving construction workers NCA officials say they halted construction of the building.
There was a stand-off at the Nyandarua County Assembly on Tuesday as leadership wrangles pitting embattled Speaker Ndegwa Wahome and MCAs opposed to his leadership played out. The speaker arrived at the House shortly before 9am ready to resume his duties following a period where he was ousted before moving to court to challenge the process citing lack of legality.
Nyandarua Acting Speaker, Hon. Zachary Njeru wants the County Government to ensure that polytechnics across the County are improved and equipped to offer market driven courses for the benefit of the youth. In a statement sought from Education, Culture and Arts Committee on his behalf by Rurii Ward MCA, Hon.
The Deputy President William Ruto has sent out a message of condolence to the family of Nyandarua county Member of County Assembly who passed on on 11 January 2021. HE William Ruto, Deputy President Photo/Courtesy Taking to his twitter handle, William Ruto has eulogized the late as a distinguished politician who selflessly served the people of Rurii ward in Nyandarua, "He was fearless, progressive and dedicated figure whose groundbreaking servant leadership will be missed. Our prayers and thoughts are with the
Picture courtesy of James Wahome. The speaker was accused by the MCAs of, among other charges, corruption and unethical practices. The speaker had attempted to block the tabling of the motion on Tuesday, the same day the notice of motion was filed but he was unsuccessful. The MCAs had demanded Wahome to recuse himself from the seat but he defied the demands and instead tried to stop the serving of the notice. His deputy speaker, Zachary Njeru, received the notice and scheduled the hearing for today. The corruption
Central Ward MCA Hon.Mwangi Maitai today rallied Nyandarua MCAs in expressing displeasure on the manner in which the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority is carrying out its mandate in relation to setting and review of tariffs and charges of petroleum products.