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H.E. JOHN OBIERO NYAGARAMA LISTENS KEENLY TO PRESIDENT UHURU KENYATTA'S SPEECH DURING THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE FOUTH ANNUAL DEVOLUTION CONFERENCE AT NAIVASHA.

H.E. JOHN OBIERO NYAGARAMA LISTENS KEENLY TO PRESIDENT UHURU KENYATTA'S SPEECH DURING THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE FOUTH ANNUAL DEVOLUTION CONFERENCE AT NAIVASHA.

Published in Nyamira County News Written by  March 11 2017 font size decrease font size increase font size
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Security was tight as the fourth devolution conference began in Naivasha Tuesday morning.

Delegates were confronted by several layers of security checks right from the Nakuru-Nairobi highway at the junction leading into Naivasha Town and to the Kenya Wildlife Service Training Institute, the venue of the conference.

Any delegate driving to the venue whose vehicle did not have the conference’s security sticker was turned away.

Even those who had them had to walk for about a kilometre and half to the venue as vehicles were not allowed in.

Further, all those accredited had to produce their delegates' badges in addition to national identity cards for confirmation.

Governors present included H.E. John Nyagarama (Nyamira), Mr Ahmed Abdullahi (Wajir), DR Evans Kidero (Nairobi), Mr Wycliffe Oparanya (Kakamega) and the host, Mr Kinuthia Mbugua of Nakuru, who gave the welcoming remarks at the opening session.

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The delegates also include senators, members of county assemblies, county government staff, diplomats, including US ambassador Robert Godec, and international and local business people.

 

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