In a stride towards fulfilling Governor Susan Kihika’s commitment to delivering clean and safe water to all Nakuru County residents, the Chief Officer for Water and Sanitation, Eng. Margaret Kinyanjui, spearheaded a test pumping exercise at the Mwireri Borehole Water Project in Kabazi ward, Subukia subcounty.
This assessment aimed to evaluate the borehole’s performance, pumping rate, pump type, and water quality – all pivotal factors ensuring the project’s capacity and long-term sustainability. The project, under the eye of Eng. Kinyanjui, revealed an impressive yielding capacity of 31 cubic meters per hour, a testament to the careful planning and engineering expertise invested.
The Mwireri Borehole Water Project holds the promise of transforming the lives of over 1200 people in the Mwireri area, encompassing not just households but also public institutions. The event, attended by Sub-County Water Engineer John Mwangi and the Ward Coordinator, marked a collaborative effort towards the common goal of providing access to clean water for all.
The significance of this initiative aligns seamlessly with Governor Susan Kihika’s unwavering commitment to ensuring every resident of Nakuru County has access to clean and safe water. The Mwireri Borehole Water Project stands as a tangible embodiment of this commitment, a beacon of progress that reflects the Governor’s visionary approach to community development.
The test pumping exercise, conducted under the leadership of Eng. Kinyanjui, underscores not just the technical aspects of the project but also its humanitarian impact. It signifies the impending realization of Governor Kihika’s promise, bringing tangible benefits to the doorsteps of those who need it the most.
As Nakuru County continues to strive for excellence in service delivery, the Mwireri Borehole Water Project stands tall as a testament to proactive governance, community engagement, and a resolute commitment to enhancing the quality of life for all residents. With every drop of water from this borehole, Nakuru County takes a step closer to achieving Governor Susan Kihika’s vision of a healthier, more prosperous community.