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Kepsa fundraises for Kilimani police station revamp

The event was sponsored by EABL and targets to raise Sh370 million

In Summary

• Project aims to build harmonious relationship between the police and the community

Kilimani police station
Kilimani police station
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The Kenya Private Sector Alliance foundation hosted a fundraising event for corporates on Friday at the Radisson Blu Hotel.

The funds are for the Kilimani Police Station Redevelopment (KPSR) project. The event was sponsored by EABL and targets to raise Sh370 million.

 
 

The project also aims to build a harmonious relationship between the police service and the community by investing in their well-being through improved living and working conditions.

Present were project chair Lee Karuri, Nairobi Region personnel police commander Ranson Lolmodoni, EABL group corporate relations director Eric Kinoti, PetroKenya Oil CEO Gor Semelango and Unilever's Joseph Sunday

Kilimani Police Project chair Lee Karuri
Kilimani Police Project chair Lee Karuri
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Ipsos MD Aggrey Oriwo, Kilimani senior superintendent Lucas Ogara and Nairobi Region personnel police commander Ranson Lolmodoni
Ipsos MD Aggrey Oriwo, Kilimani senior superintendent Lucas Ogara and Nairobi Region personnel police commander Ranson Lolmodoni
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EABL group corporate relations director Eric Kinoti and Pacific Insurance's Maryanne Njeri
EABL group corporate relations director Eric Kinoti and Pacific Insurance's Maryanne Njeri
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State House MC Big Ted and lead consultant Sheila Mairura
State House MC Big Ted and lead consultant Sheila Mairura
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PetroKenya Oil CEO Gor Semelango, chief government pathologist Johansen Oduor and Adorable Enterprise Kilimani director Peter Oluoch
PetroKenya Oil CEO Gor Semelango, chief government pathologist Johansen Oduor and Adorable Enterprise Kilimani director Peter Oluoch
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