Friday,21st June 2019
Kitui Governor’s Press & PATRICK KIMANZI.
KYUSO, MWINGI- Goodwill and support towards Governor Charity Kaluki Ngilu’s 5 Pillars of development around Kitui County is spurring economic growth – but more support from the residents will provide the required impetus to escalate more sustainableprojects, CECM for Tourism, Sports and Culture Patrick Musau has said.
Beekeeping in Mwingi North
Speaking in Mwingi North, Kyuso Village in Kyuso Ward, the minister singled out beekeeping and honey harvesting programmes in Mwingi North as Projects that the Governor is committed to nurturing to international standards while ensuring maximum returns to farmers.
International standards –
“More supoort for our able Govenror will not only ratchet up the growth local economies especially in Bee Keeping. The Governor is committed to help our farmers produce high-quality honey that meets international standards – thus giving them good money without being exploited by middlemen at grassroots” said Musau.
The profilic development minister was speaking during the solemn send-off ceremony of the late David Ngulya Mutua who until his death was the deputy principal Kimangau boys Secondary School.
Eulogising the career teacher Governor Ngilu, vide a speech read by CECM Patrick Musau, termed the late David Mutua as a ‘committed teacher and a pastor who was committed to serve his people and Kyuso community at large’
70% Census Jobs To Youths – Malili
Among the key speakers and mourners included Mwingi North M.P Hon Paul “Malili” Nzengu who encouraged unemployed young people to apply for the advertised census exercise slated in August.
Red-tape and bureaucracy
“In the spirit towads providing our jobless yet potential youths with locally available jobs, i therefore request those officers incharge of the Census jobs to minimise the bureaucracy and red-tape and ensure our young people get more than 70% of the positions available” said Malili.
Others present at the solemn funeral included Mwingi North Sub County Administrator Stephen Matei, his Mwingi Central counterpart Alex Mutemi, former Mwingi North M.P Hon John Munuve and Kyuso branch KNUT Executive Secretary Agnes Kambua Musee, amongst other leaders drawn from Kyuso bussiness community.
(PATRICK KIMANZI (Editor) contributed to this report from Mwingi. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)