Steve mumbu & The county diary reporter
I wish to convey my heartfelt condolences to the children, sisters, brothers, the family and the entire Katheka community for the sad passing on of the late Elizabeth Munanie Nyenze.” A section of Governor Charity Ngilu’s condolence message delivered by her deputy Dr. Wathe Nzau read.
During his speech Dr. Wathe Nzau said that Kitui West was amongst the two top sub counties that overwhelmingly voted for Governor Charity Ngilu on August 8 2017 election and she is committed in delivering services to the people as she promised.
Dr. Nzau reiterated that he was happy that many leaders who spoke lauded the implementation progress of Ms Ngilu’s big five manifesto pillars, a platform she campaigned on.
“Food security and better health care are among the many successes of Governor Ngilu’s government” Dr. Nzau affirmed.
The Deputy Governor hurled praises to the residents for registering in large numbers for *Kitui County Health Insurance Cover* (K-CHIC) urging more people to take advantage of the continuous registration in all level 4 hospitals county wide which includes Kauwi Hospital too.
Dr. Wathe spoke yesterday during the burial ceremony of a police officer, the late Elizabeth Munanie Nyenze who was sister in-law to Kitui West MP Edith Nyenze and sister to Kitui Municipality Manager Meshack Nyenze, Kitui West late MP Francis Nyenze among others.