Nyeri Water and Sanitation Company Board of Directors led by chair Patrick Munuhe on September 13th 2021 embarked on an inspection exercise of all the company’s facilities to ensure that they are operating optimally. The tour which saw them visit the catchment area in River Chania and Zaina also took them to Ihwa intake, Kamakwa treatment plant, Kangemi sewer treatment plant, Mathari twin tank, Tetu tank, among other many other facilities.
The members of the board who were accompanied by the senior management also visited Nyeri Hill where the company plans to construct a water tank to increase supply efficiency. They also visited the proposed Baraka- Chaka water extension project phase which is intended to serve over 1,000 residents of Baraka estate in Kieni East Sub County to serve approximately 200 water connections in phase I. These proposed projects are some of the flagship projects planned for in the Strategic Plan 2021/22- 2025/26.
The directors were impressed by the status of the facilities and urged the company’s management to maintain the high standards found in all of them. Speaking during the tour, chair Patrick Munuhe congratulated all staff, customers and all other stakeholders for maintaining position one in the 2019/20 Wasreb Performance Report a position the company has held for the last 13 years as well as Non-Revenue Water champions in the recently released report by the Ministry of Water and Sanitation on Non- Revenue Water Management with a NRW ratio of 14%, the lowest in the country.
He also challenged them to do even better in the subsequent evaluations. Nyeri County Executive Committee Member for the department of Water, Environment, Natural Resources and Sanitation Fredrick Kinyua who joined the team in inspection of the proposed Baraka- Chaka water extension in Kieni. The CECM reiterated Nyeri County Government’s commitment in supporting the company as it delivers on its mandate of provision of clean and safe drinking water and sanitation services to the residents of Nyeri Central Sub County and its environs. He also commended the Board of Directors, management and all staff for excellent service delivery.