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WE FEEL INDEBTED TO YOU, WESTERN PRIMARY HEADS TELL BUSIA GOVERNOR

Kenya Primary School Heads Association (KEPSHA) Western Region chairman Josephat Otiende  has lauded Busia Governor  Sospeter Ojaamong  for honouring his pre-election pledge by considering five teachers in his cabinet. Speaking during 15th Western Region Annual Delegates Conference at Farm View Hotel in Busia Town on Tuesday, Otiende said the kind …

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GO BACK TO WORK, RAILA URGES STRIKING NURSES

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has pleaded and urged striking nurses across the country to resume duties for the sake of innocent patients. Speaking at the burial of Warare Mixed Secondary School Principal Joan Wamalwa, 54, at Nanjekho Village in Agenga Nanguba on Saturday, Rt. Hon.Raila said there is need …

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STATISTICS DO NOT LIE- GOVERNOR OJAAMONG

Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has said that statistics do not lie contrary to sceptics who think otherwise. The Governor’s sentiments came a day after Busia was ranked among three most improved counties on Gross County per capita between 2013 and 2018. The report by the National Bureau of Statistics top …

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I WANT TO LEAVE BUSIA A UNITED COUNTY- GOVERNOR OJAAMONG

Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has said that he wants to leave Busia a united county with leaders and residents embracing each other. Speaking during a live interview on Emuria Radio 101.3FM hosted by John Ijakaa on Tuesday evening, the Governor said peace among county residents will spur economic development. “ …

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OUR HANDS ARE TIED OVER NURSES DEMANDS- BUSIA GOVERNOR

Busia Governor  Sospeter Ojaamong has said that the Council of Governors has no say in the striking Nurses’ demands over increased salaries and allowances. Addressing the press at St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Busia on Sunday where he attended a farewell Service for retired Vicar-General Venerable   Daniel Olando and former Curate Rev.  David Azenze, …

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