Kenya and the World Bank have sealed a $200 million water supply project that will bring relief to residents of Mombasa.
On the margins of the UN Climate Conference in Paris, dosage http://conceive.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-nav-menus.php Water and Irrigation Services Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa, and Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho, signed the water purchase agreement guaranteeing delivery of water to Kenya’s second city.
The signing was witnessed by the World Bank Water Director Junaid Ahmad.
The World Bank had made the water purchase agreement a condition for funding the development of Mwache dam in Mazeras, Kwale County.
“Mwache dam will supply 186,000 cubic meters of water a day to Mombasa. It will significantly ease the water deficiency our second city currently faces,” CS Wamalwa said after the event at La Bourget, on the northern outskirts of Paris.
At COP 21, CS Wamalwa was due to speak at a panel focusing on ‘increasing resilience at urban level’, with cooperation between county-level governments and his ministry the showcase example.
“The session shows the importance of bringing together all relevant stakeholders … to enhance water resilience .. and their commitment to work together to collaboratively increase water security,” CS Wamalwa said.
Samuel Kazibwe a senior six student at Kalamba Hill Secondary School in Mityana district was yesterday stabbed to death after his brother Jackson Muyanja caught him pants down with his wife.
The incident happened at 2:00am and according to their neighbors, this site http://codigoweb.co/wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php a loud cry was heard from Muyanja’s resident but they thought that he was fighting with the wife. On advancing to the residence, ask http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/lang/words-nl_nl.php they set eyes on Kazibwe’s body.
It is said that the deceased had been warned severally by his brother to leave his wife. The most recent neighbors said was in October when he found the two in a booze binge.
Sometime back, Muyanja reported to local authorities about his brother’s frequent visits and closeness to his wife and was advised to restrict his movements there.
The murder happened when Muyanja tricked his wife that he had a trip to Kampala but decided to return home to find the two together.
Phillip Mukasa the police spokesperson Equator region told press that police rushed to the scene carried the body for postmortem at Mityana hospital and arrested Muyanja who is now detained at Mityana central police station.