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'County to work with church'

By Munene Kamau | July 13th 2015 at 12:00:00 GMT +0300

Govenor Joseph Ndathi(right) and Bishop Joseph  Kibucwa(left holding a yellow fag), flag off a charity walk in aid of the proposed modern hospital for mothers and children owned by the Anglican Church of Kenya, Kirinyaga Diocese at Kagio church grounds yesterday.PHOTO:MUNENE KAMAU/STANDARD].

Kirinyaga County Governor Joseph Ndathi has reaffirmed his commitment to work with the church in matters of health services to the people.

Mr Ndathi said provision of quality health services to the residents was a priority hence the huge budget allocated to the health docket this financial year.

He told residents to expect better health services especially now that his government is partnering with the area Church that has initiated health projects.

Speaking at Kagio Anglican Church grounds when he flagged off a 20-km walk by the faithful and well-wishers aimed at raising Sh6 million for the construction of a modern women and children ward in Kerugoya town, the governor encouraged public-private partnerships in matters development.

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