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DISPLACED BUNYALA RESIDENTS TO BENEFIT FROM Ksh451M COMPENSATION

Hundreds of Bunyala residents who have been displaced by the World Bank Lower Nzoia Irrigation Project worth Ksh10billion have been allocated Ksh451million for compensation, Chief Administrative Secretary Gideon Mung’aro from the Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning has said. Speaking when he paid a courtesy call to Busia Deputy Governor …

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UGANDA, KENYA AGREE TO ENHANCE TRADE ON LAKE VICTORIA

Uganda and Kenya Governments have agreed to enhance trade on Lake Victoria, a move that will see Uganda use the Lake to transport its oil imports from Kenya. This followed Saturday evening meeting in Kisumu between Uganda National Resistance Movement (NRM) vice chairman Eastern Region Captain Mike Mukula, President Uhuru …

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Why we settled on H.E Oparanya as CoG chair- Busia Governor

Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has revealed why the Council of Governors (CoG) settled on H.E. Wycliffe Ambetsa Oparanya as the new chairman to replace Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok. Speaking while presiding over the issuance of Bursary cheques worth Ksh36.5million to 1800 students at Busia Agricultural Training Centre, the Governor said …

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GOVERNOR OJAAMONG ISSUES SH36.5M BURSARY CHEQUES TO 1800 STUDENTS

Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has issued Education Bursary cheques worth Ksh36.5 million to 1800 students who are pursuing their studies in various institutions including driving schools. The Ward-based funds have been assigned to paying pending fees for 2016/2017 financial year only. The beneficiaries include those in universities, Tertiary Colleges, Secondary …

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NEW MODERN MEDICAL WASTE INCINERATOR AT BCRH

A new modern medical waste incinerator at the Busia County Referral Hospital (BCRH)  that can burn over 150 kilograms of waste in one hour is in the final stage of completion. The Hospital Medical Superintendent Dr David Mukabi said the state-of-the-art incinerator will help handle the growing amount of medical …

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