Kisumu County Government joined the rest of the world in celebrating the international day of persons with disability at the National Industrial Training Authority grounds in Kisumu. The day falls on the 3rd of December each year, with the aim of promoting empowerment, and helping to create real opportunities for people with disabilities. This enriches

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Kisumu Governor Prof Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o toured Pap Onditi Market and Pap Onditi Sub County Hospital in Central Nyakach Ward to assess the progress of the construction of a modern market and the hospital’s maternity wing respectively. The construction of the modern market project which received an allocation of Ksh. 35 Million was in its

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Kisumu based Frontiers Skating club have finished the championships as the 2nd placed team in tie position with Machakos County after the host Kilifi Skating team took top position in the national trials. The two day tournament attracted contestants from over twelve Counties as both junior and senior teams battled it out to take control


With the demand for electricity increasing, the County Government is banking on ambitious renewable energy programme to increase grid connectivity   in all households by 90% before 2022. Reports show that only 46% of the County’s general population is connected to the grid. According to the County renewable energy Director, Eng. Daniel Okia to make up

The County played host to the second Beyond Zero Medical Safari tour held at the Kenyatta Sports ground, courtesy of the Kenya’s first Lady Her Excellency Margaret Kenyatta. The County residents turned out in large numbers to access free medical services such as fistula repair, cancer screening, routine medical screening, counselling and testing services, universal

TEMPORARY REPRIEVE FOR AILING SUGAR MILLS Cane growing farmers in the western region have petitioned the Government to write off debts owned by sugar companies in the bloc. This comes after the Agriculture CS Mwangi Kiunjuri issued a warning that the government was ready to shutdown sugar mills that struggled to operate after unsuccessful bailout