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London Ward MCA Sammy Mbugua is dead

The late Njuguna will be remembered for his quest to address insecurity within informal settlements in his Ward occasioned by illegal and outlawed gangs such as Confirmed.

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The ugly face of death has once again struck the County Assembly of Nakuru, barely a week after losing Hells Gate MCA John ‘Wa Susi’ Njuguna to COVID-19 complications.

News coming in indicate that London MCA Sammy Mbugua died this evening while undergoing treatment at the Nakuru War Memorial Hospital.

Sources say he drove himself to the hospital on Tuesday and diagnosed with liver and pancreas malfunction and later developed breathing complications. He had earlier sought treatment at a Nakuru private hospital.

He was last seen in public on Saturday during the burial ceremony of Hells Gate MCA ‘Wa Susi’ in Naivasha where he condoled his late colleague as ‘an enviable dedicated leader’.

According to the Assembly’s official website, the late Mbugua was the Vice-Chairman of Energy, Environment and Natural Resources committee. He was also a member of other various House committees

The late Mbugua will be remembered for his quest to address insecurity within informal settlements in his Ward occasioned by illegal and outlawed gangs such as Confirmed.

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There are several unique sorts of research papers. There are the analytical study newspaper, the research paper and also the comparative study paper. Each paper is intended to be the very best. You have to be sure that you are submitting your job at a level which can provide you with the very best grades possible.

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Learning resumes at Bahati Girls after teachers, students recover from COVID-19 infection

Mr King’ori said a medical team from the County will monitor the condition of the students and teachers at the Bahati sub-County-based school.

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St Bakhita Bahati Girls High School

The normal learning program has resumed at St Bakhita Bahati Girls High School after students and teachers recovered from COVID-19 infection.

On May 05, the school was converted into an isolation and treatment centre after 68 students and five teachers tested positive for the virus.

Chief Officer for Public Health Services, Samuel King’ori said the teachers and students have since been released to integrate with others.

“Majority experienced a mild or asymptomatic disease which our healthcare workers easily managed within the school,” he stated.

He added that 100 others who were under quarantine within the institution have been released.

Mr King’ori said a medical team from the County will monitor the condition of the students and teachers at the Bahati sub-County-based school.

School Principal Ms Catherine Wangari said panic gripped the institution and teachers had to keep off the classes.

“We used the time for students to sit for the examinations. The teachers are back and preparing students for KCSE,” she noted.

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Commissioner warns those contravening COVID-19 measures

He cited a few incidents where members of the public have failed to adhere to proper wearing of masks while in public.

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Nakuru county commissioner Erastus Mbui.PHOTO/Pristone Mambili.

Nakuru county Commissioner Erastus Mbui has vowed not to tolerate any criminal.

Speaking in Nakuru town during the launch of African Peer Review Mechanism Report dissemination process, Mbui assured public of security’s commitment.

While addressing on the COVID-19 pandemic containment measures,the county Commissioner reiterated the need for citizens to adhere to the same.

He cited a few incidents where members of the public have failed to adhere to proper wearing of masks while in public.

The Commissioner adding that the police will not relent in arresting such individuals to face fines in court.

“We all have responsibility in the fight against COVID-19.Wear mask.Those arrested must face the law.I will not defend criminals.If you will be found not wearing mask you will face the law” said Mbui.

He noted that the fight on  COVID-19 pandemic is a collective responsibility.

His sentiments come a time when the Kenya Clinical officers Association have issued a strike notice in what they term is government’s failure to address their safety.

It should be noted that several health workers have lost their lives to COVID-19 pandemic.

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