Locals of Nakuru West sub county have a reason to smile this is after area MP Samuel Arama on Friday launched a sanitizer booth at Soko mjinga in Kaptembwa Ward.
Those who will be visiting the market will have to go through the booth that uses electricity to ensure sanitization.
The facility was donated by Super loaf Mini bakery Ltd to Nakuru Town West constituency.
Speaking during the launch, Arama commended the donors form thinking about the welfare of the people of his constituency.
He also lauded the effort being made by the county government of Nakuru through the Public health officers and other officials as far as COVID-19 precautions concerned.
“Earlier today, I officially launched the sanitizer booth at Soko mjinga in Kaptembwa ward.The facility was donated by Super loaf Mini bakery Ltd to Nakuru Town West constituency. The county government of Nakuru has been very supportive with their public health officers and other officials giving necessary advice” said Arama.
While noting that the facility can disinfect more than 3000 people in a day; Arama said that does not stop the locals from observing the government advisory on masks, social distance and other measures.
He urged locals to continue observing the set guidelines by the government through the Ministry of Health.
“Let us be responsible and by so doing we shall flatten the curve and eventually” he said.
The MP has been going around the entire Nakuru Town West Constituency aiding his constituents with food and non-food items to cushion them on the effects of COVID-19 pandemic