Uasin Gishu County Commissioner has applauded the public for cooperating with the relevant security agencies in ensuring that insecurity is a thing of the past.
Speaking after flagging off foodstuffs and in-kind donations received from Koilel meant for the people affected by drought in Baringo County Nyale gave a warning to those engaging in illegal acts.
” I would like to thank the public for coming out to partner with the relevant security agencies to ensure that there is peace in our county.” Noted Nyale adding the emergence of a local brew called Koroga that is in powdery form mixed with a glass of water to form a solution that gets you drunk in 7 minutes.
“I call upon chiefs, DCC, and all security agencies to change our hunting ways as illegal traders are shifting to new trading ways. We will come for you without hesitation as I have seen many of those engaging in these businesses are youths who can choose to do other income-generating activities like farming.” Remarked the county commissioner.
Concerning Security issues around Kimumu, – Bahati fresh produce market promised to erect floods and security lights together with a police station around to ensure smooth operations.
“Alarms have been raised on the rising insecurity around Kimumu-Bahati fresh produce market, especially by our mothers who visit the market early in the morning. We promise to put up a police station there and we will erect street and flood lights there because we want to support the businesses there,” noted Nyale
The commissioner further urged farmers who had not registered for the fertilizer programs to do so with their respective chiefs and assistant chiefs.
“Registration for fertilizers had been closed on the 19th of January just the other day, but if you are a farmer who had not registered, I call upon you to do so with your area chief/ assistant chief for the necessary assistance.” Emphasized Nyale.