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PHILIP KUTIMA 75% health projects ‘com­plete’

Most projects launched by the Kakamega gov­ern­ment in Ed­u­ca­tion and Health­care are 75 per cent com­plete, Deputy Gov­er­nor Philip Kutima has said. He said a re­port by an ad hoc com­mit­tee ap­pointed by Gov­er­nor Wy­cliffe Oparanya to es­tab­lish the sta­tus of the pro­grammes shows most build­ings are at the roof­ing stage. See page 29

CYPRIAN AWITI Calls his ri­vals ‘re­jects’

Homa Bay Gov­er­nor Cyprian Awiti has said his ri­vals are “re­jects” un­wor­thy of his po­si­tion. He urged res­i­dents to re­elect him be­cause his ri­vals “have noth­ing to of­fer the county.” Awiti said he launched projects long be­fore tak­ing up the gov­er­nor po­si­tion. “I am trusted be­cause of my good de­vel­op­ment record,” he said. See page 28

KIVUTHA KIBWANA Threat­ens to sue KWS

The Makueni gov­ern­ment has threat­ened to sue the Kenya Wildlife Ser­vice for evict­ing res­i­dents liv­ing on dis­puted land in Miku­l­ulo vil­lage, Kib­wezi. The land neigh­bours the Kyullu Hills Na­tional Park. Gov­er­nor Kivutha Kibwana ac­cused the KWS of in­vad­ing the land with­out no­tice and dis­obey­ing a court or­der. See page 27

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