Investigations launched into Makuti fire incident

Investigations have been launched following a fire incident at Makuti area in Kivumbini Ward.

The fire that razed down a houseis said to have started at at 3pm.

Area MCA elect Neto Sakwa who visited the scene accompanied by UDA politician Rukia Wanjiru called on locals to remain calm as investigation commenced to establish the cause of the fire.

There were no casualty in the incident.

Sakwa launches his MCA bid for Kivumbini Ward

Kivumbini Ward MCA seat independent candidate Neto Sakwa on Sunday launched his bid promising to ensure inclusive and servant leadership.

He vowed to ensure all tribes in the cosmopolitan Ward enjoy the fruits of devolution.

While citing the challenges that residents of Kivumbini Ward have faced over past poor leadership, Sakwa stated that his leadership will be different as it will be people centred.

“My leadership will give people the first priority before any agenda is implemented.I want to see a transformed Kivumbini Ward” he said.

Sakwa who has stood with the community of Kivumbini Ward during both good and bad times is optimistic that he will emerge with victory after August 9 polls.

With a backing from various leaders and former aspirants, he says time has come to reclaim Kivumbini Ward from bad leadership.

He promised to ensure equity in distribution of Bursary, empowerment of youth through talent promotion and act as unifying factor.

“If there is leadership that Kivumbini Ward has been yearning for is what I will deliver” said Sakwa.

During the rally, Sakwa was joined by leaders among them Nakuru Senatorial candidates Chrispus Wathimba (Independent),Ras Mwangi(Independent) Nakuru Town East Parliamentary seat candidate Abdirahman Ismail (UDM), and Marcel Mullah among others.

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