First Lady Margaret Kenyatta today (22/1/2015) handed over the 18th mobile clinic to the county government of Laikipia as part of her beyond zero campaign. She said that her project, Beyond Zero campaign gives Kenyans the opportunity to contribute to the reduction and eventual end to mother-to-child transmission of HIV during childbirth. She was speaking at Central Park in Nanyuki town in Laikipia County. She was received by H.E Joshua Irungu the governor Laikipia County, Laikipia County senator Hon GG Kariuki, Laikipia East MP Hon Mutahi Kimaru among other leaders and county government of laikipia staff.
H.E. Joshua Irungu hand over site certificate to constructor for construction of Laikipia East Technical institute at Marina center in Ngobit ward. Mathenge institute will be the mentor to this great project in Laikipia County
Chief Offers during the inspection of the survey secondary school which is expected to be fininshed by early this this year (2015).
H.E Joshua Irungu during a visit to the ongoing construction of Ntrukuma bridge in Nanyuki ward that is being constructed county ministry of infrustructure and roads under the leadership of Hon. Virginia Nderitu
Ntrukuma bridge under construction in Nanyuki ward that is being constructed by county ministry of infrustructure and roads under the leadership of Hon. Virginia Nderitu
H.E Joshua Irungu laying the foundation stone for a Classroom in Sipili Special School
H.E Joshua Irungu with CEC finance Mr Joel Wamichwe, Chair of Tender committee Mr Naftary Karangu who is also a member of CPSB, Head of Supply Chain Managment Mr Paul Njenga, Chief officer Finance Mr Henry Kimani and other guest when he handed the trophy for the best procurement entity to the Laikipia County Finance team today (2/12/2014)
The County Government of Laikipia was on 20/11/2014 feted as the best performing public procurement entity in the country. This was during the County Procuring Entity of the Year Award Ceremony held yesterday ( 20/11/2014) at the Kenyatta International Conference Centre, Nairobi. The three days event brought together other procurement entities from five member countries of t/he the East African Community./
The assessment criteria included adherence to the reporting requirements, consistency in procurement processes, the inventory among other parameters as laid down by the Public Procurement Oversight Authority.
Present to receive the Award was the county Governor, Joshua Irungu, County Executive Member of Finance and County planning, Mr. Joel Wamichwe, Trade and Enterprise Development Jane Putunoi, The County Head of Supply Chain Management Mr Paul Njenga, the Chief of Staff John Wambugu among other senior county officials drawn from both arms of the Government.
The Governor received the award from the PPOA Director General, Mr Morris Juma who took that opportunity to congratulate the winners for demonstrating high level of professionalism and adherence to the set procurement processes.
Speaking to journalists after receiving the award, the Governor reiterated his resolve to conduct government businesses in the right way for the sake of efficient service delivery to the people of Laikipia.
The County received this award just a week after a cross section of business men in the county alleged flawed awarding of tenders. Claim which were refuted by the procurement department as untrue since the tender they were claiming as having been awarded was still open and running after advertising on two widely read dailies. This tender closes on 25th November 2014. The county government adverises any tender exceeding 4 millions Shillings.