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Lake Turkana Wind Power announces appointment of new Chief Executive Officer

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The Board of Directors of Lake Turkana Wind Power (LTWP) has announced the appointment of Phylip Leferink as the Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Leferink takes over the reins of Kenya’s leading wind power producer from Eng. David Munene Mwangi, who has been serving on an interim basis following the exit of Mr. Jon Zaidi in July this year.  Mr. Leferink’s appointment will take effect immediately.

Speaking on the new appointment, the Chairman of the Board, Mr. Mugo Kibati noted that the decision was well informed. “Phylip is very familiar with the project having served as the General Manager of the Company from August 2015 to July 2018 with the overall responsibility of the construction management.

He added: “He is credited for ensuring the successful completion of the wind farm on time, within budget and in accordance with the highest international standards and ensuring a smooth transition into the operations phase.”

Phylip has over 20 years international experience in developing and executing large scale infrastructure projects across five continents with focus on Eastern/Southern Africa.

The Board Chairman also noted the firm remains committed to upholding its core values of collaboration, accessibility, respect, excellence, and safety for all as the driving force of its operations

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Government to expand Kiambu Road

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Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has proposed the expansion of Kiambu Road.

In the new plan, a dual carriage way will snake through Muthaiga-Kiambu-Ndumberi, covering a distance of 25 kilometres.

The road commences at Pangani and Muthaiga interchanges along Thika Road and proceeds through Kiambu town ending at Ndumberi.

“The road covers 25 Kms which includes by-passes, loops and accesses. Major loop roads within townships or market centres, potential bypasses and interchanges have been factored along the road,” said a consultancy firm that carried out feasibility study on behalf of KeNHA.

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Victims of Langata Demolitions Cry For Help

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About  100 families spent  night in cold following  demolition of their houses in Upendo slum Langata Sub-county   by Nairobi Metropolitan Services NMS.

Moses Adama told the media that  their families were forced to sleep outside after the demolitions that occurred on Wednesday Night.

“The Nairobi Metropolitan Services Bulldozer arrived at around 7.30pm …when we inquired the man in charge did not give us an elaborate answer at around 8.00 pm the police land cruisers arrived and the demolition began at 10 pm with no single notice. “Moses said.

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The Breeze Hotel Busia: Ambience well explained

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The Breeze Hotel is situated in a serene environment in Busia town, next to Baptist church.

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It features a well-manicured garden that offers a perfect ground for holding weddings and parties.

The breeze hotel also prides in modern conference rooms ideal for holding workshops and seminars, an on-site restaurant that serves complimentary breakfast, a swimming pool and well-ventilated guest rooms. Standard charges for accommodation start from KES 3, 500.

For further inquiries, you can contact them on +254 707 461665

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