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Uhuru: Waiguru’s brainchild saves Kenya Ksh74 Billion

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The government has saved over Sh74 billion since the launch of Huduma Centers with 24 million Kenyans served, President Uhuru, said on Friday. He told participants at the 7th Africa Public Service Day that Huduma Centres have made it easy for Kenyans to access public service.

The centralized one-stop-shop for government services currently has 52 outposts spread across Kenya bringing services closer to the people.“These centres offer over 104 different services with a customer satisfaction level of 95 per cent,” the President noted adding that cumulatively, the centres have served over 24 million Kenyans and saved over Sh74 billion since inception.

The President underscored the need for public servants to put service to the nation ahead of any selfish gain.“This monumental task calls for unyielding commitment; clear and coherent vision; bold transformative leadership; and, above all else, promotion of integrity and “working hard” culture,” the President said.

He said Africa is committed to finding uniquely African solutions to its own challenges.“Ours must not be to copy-paste solutions adopted in other jurisdictions; instead, we must create answers tailor-made to answer the questions that Africa faces today and will face in the future,” the President said at the conference attended by Ministers and representatives from 35 African Union member states.

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He said African governments and those entrusted with the management of public resources must do so in an accountable, transparent and responsible manner.

“It is for this reason that my Administration has laid emphasis on the issue of good governance within the Public Service, as well as heightening our efforts to combat corruption,” the Head of State said.He said no government can fully achieve its development agenda in the absence of a well functioning and results-oriented public service.The President urged governments across the continent to focus more on providing the youth with opportunities for employment, self-expression, and innovation.

He specifically pitched for sustainable investments in education, technical and vocational skills development, access to start-up capital and a regulatory environment.

“We are called upon to consider how to include the ever-growing youth population and other economically disadvantaged groups, in mainstream social and economic activities so as to harness their entrepreneurial skills, energy, and potential,” the President said.

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VIDEO: Pomp and colour as ‘Mahiga Homes Ltd’ marks 2nd Anniversary

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ADVERTISER’S MESSAGE: Your number one most trusted real estate developer in East and Central Africa Mahiga homes Ltd celebrated 2nd anniversary in pomp and colour, the event was marked with jubilation as every speaker praised the developer for the great achievements in just two years.

The developer has built and handed over 4 housing projects namely;

*Cornerstone I Estate
*Cornerstone III Estate
*Cornerstone IV Estate
*Kamulu Cornerstone Gardens
The celebrations were attended by several guests and clients who have invested with Mahiga homes.
Kikuyu Diaspora Media CEO Jeremy Damaris and Finance Director Josephine Wairimu graced the event.

Jeremy Damaris had this to say, ‘when Ruhiu told me that he has a project I listened to him and trusted him as my brother, its two years down the line and have never heard any complains from any client.
Mahiga homes Directors thanked and appreciated all the clients from believing in the developer.

Here are the current affordable houses that the developer is selling,
Rockvilla Annex located just 400 meters off tarmac at Joska long kangundo road, Kangundo rd is under construction to upgrade to dual carriageway,Spacious 3 bedroom bungalows master ensuite on plot size 40 by 80 kes 3.95m deposit kes 1.6m then pay the balance in 12 monthly instalments.

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VIDEO: Pomp and colour as ‘Mahiga Homes Ltd’ celebrates 2nd anniversary

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ADVERTISER’S MESSAGE: Your number one most trusted real estate developer in East and Central Africa Mahiga homes Ltd celebrated 2nd anniversary in pomp and colour, the event was marked with jubilation as every speaker praised the developer for the great achievements in just two years.

The developer has built and handed over 4 housing projects namely;

*Cornerstone I Estate
*Cornerstone III Estate
*Cornerstone IV Estate
*Kamulu Cornerstone Gardens
The celebrations were attended by several guests and clients who have invested with Mahiga homes.
Kikuyu Diaspora Media CEO Jeremy Damaris and Finance Director Josephine Wairimu graced the event.

Jeremy Damaris had this to say, ‘when Ruhiu told me that he has a project I listened to him and trusted him as my brother, its two years down the line and have never heard any complains from any client.
Mahiga homes Directors thanked and appreciated all the clients from believing in the developer.

Here are the current affordable houses that the developer is selling,
Rockvilla Annex located just 400 meters off tarmac at Joska long kangundo road, Kangundo rd is under construction to upgrade to dual carriageway,Spacious 3 bedroom bungalows master ensuite on plot size 40 by 80 kes 3.95m deposit kes 1.6m then pay the balance in 12 monthly instalments.

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SAD: Kenyan woman Mary W kamau dies in Seattle, WA

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Mary W. Kamau, popularly known as Mama Jike who lived in Boston from 2002 to 2014 before relocating to Seattle Washington died last Saturday evening of lung cancer at age 67.

According to family sources, the late Mary Kamau was diagnosed with the fatal stage 4 cancer mid last year and has been going through treatment at various medical treatment facilities in Seattle.

However, due to the advanced stage of the diagnosis, she continued to bravely fight the disease but finally succumbed Saturday around 3pm Pacific Standard Time.

She leaves behind her husband, Lawrence Kamau of Saugus near Boston, three daughters and one son, all in Kenya.

Two of her daughters, Wanjiku Kamau, popularly known as Jike lived in Boston from mid nineties until around 2004 when she relocated back to Kenya, while Wakonyo Kamau relocated to Seattle with her mother in search of better opportunities.

A memorial service has been planned to take place on Sunday at the St. Paul’s Community church in Lawrence starting 3 pm in honor of the late mother of 4 who has many ties to the local community until the time of relocation. In addition, a second memorial service and funeral funds drive will take place tomorrow Saturday January 25 in Seattle where the late Mary had set up permanent roots before the untimely death.

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“We are inviting all friends and well wishers who knew the late Mary Kamau and her children to come out in big numbers for the memorial service on Sunday to help raise funeral funds for a befitting send off. It’s a difficult time for the family and they need all the support we can give,” said David Mambo, chairman of the funeral fund raising committee in Boston.

The late Mary Kamau hailed from Kiambu County in Kenya. She relocated to Boston, Massachusetts in 2002 where she lived for 12 years then relocated again to Seattle.

The St. Paul’s Community church is located at 112 Andover Street, Lawrence, MA 01843.
Time 3pm Sharp.

For more information on donations and funeral arrangements, contact:
Lawrence Kamau:(781) 267-9344 (CashApp #)
David Mambo:(617) 947-0097
John Gachuki:(978) 376-8207
Julius Njaane:( 781) 309-2946

Mary is mother to Wanjiku Kamau popularly known as JIKE
She had relocated to Kenya and is now in USA to escort the remains of her mum to Kenya
Family is appealing for funds to cater for the hefty funeral expenses
There is a memorial service today Sunday Jan 26th, 2020 at St Paul’s Kenyan community church Lawrence MA at 3 pm
Address
112 Andover street Lawrence
Stand with this family in their time of need

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Cash App Lawrence kamau (baba JIKE)
+17812679344

Source: AjabuAfrica

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