WATER PROJECTS

[PHOTOS]: Water PS Ronoh signs MOU with Bomet county

The PS also inspected ongoing water projects in the county

In Summary

•Bomet is among the highest counties when it comes loss of water.

•The PS cited lack of meters, old infrastructure which includes leakages, vandalism, illegal connections as some of the contribution factors to Non-revenue water

Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI

Water PS Paul Ronoh on Friday signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU )with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water (Non-revenue water) which is currently at 60 percent loss at the county headquarters.

The event was witnessed by Bomet Governor Prof Hillary Barchok.

The PS cited lack of meters, old infrastructure which include leakages, vandalism and illegal connections as some of the contributing factors to Non-revenue water.

Bomet has been mentioned to be among the highest counties when it comes to loss of water.

The PS also inspected ongoing water projects in the county.

In attendance were Parliamentary Affairs PS Aurelia Rono,Water Secretary Eng SAO Alima,Central Rift-Valley Water Works Development Agency chief executive officer Eng Samuel Oruma among others.

Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
Water PS Dr Paul Ronoh signed a memorandum of understanding with Bomet county government in an effort to reduce the loss of water which is currently at 60 per cent loss at the county headquarters on December 30, 2022/ KIPLANGAT KIRUI
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