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Under the theme; ‘the milestones and confronting the challenges, NAWASSCO joined His Excellency Kinuthia Mbugua and His Deputy Joseph Ruto in celebrating Nakuru County’s one year anniversary into devolution on 27th March 2014.

The county celebrated the anniversary by exhibiting the diverse ministries. The stands were branded in the ministry colours and regalia. Each ministry had a stand which contained various aspects of the ministries and added pomp and colour to the event.

His Excellency the Governor and Deputy Governor visited all the stands present including the ministry of environment, Natural resources, energy and water which hosted NAWASSCO.

 During their visit to the stands, His Excellency the Governor and his Deputy had the opportunity of visiting NAWASSCO’s customer care department where he got a brief explanation about service provision to the delight of our customers. Gilbert Mutai, NAWASSCO’s superintendent of distribution briefly used the equipment to explain the distribution and treatment process.

His Excellency the Governor was excited to learn that NAWASSCO’s Pro Poor Program has 14 Projects-complete and on-going that ensures the people in the Low Income Areas of Nakuru sub-county receive quality water at a subsidized price through water kiosks, yard taps and pre-paid meters. He was also happy to learn that under the Pro Poor Program two sanitation programs are currently underway in the county; UBSUP-SafiSan and Nakuru County Sanitation Program- Fahari Loo. The Director of Water in Nakuru County Eng. Kamau also mentioned that the Ministry has 26 on-going projects for water provision.

In his speech, His Excellency the Governor mentioned that the water companies in the county; Nakuru Water (NAWASSCO), Naivasha Water (NAIVAWAS) and Nakuru Rural (NARUWASCO) are now parastatals under the county and will continue to provide Nakuru County residents with great services.

The exhibition stands were judged by professionals from various professions as follows; the Ministry of Education was place number three, the Ministry of Roads, Public Works and Infrastructure took the number two position and the Ministry of Health was the best overall. The ministry of Environment, Natural resources, Energy and Water which hosted NAWASSCO received a trophy for having best understood and interpreted the theme.

Written by: Grace Kabubu