The newly appointed NCWSC Board of Directors was recently inducted in Mombasa and later went for a familiarization tours to Thika Dam and Ngethu Treatment Works.
During the induction, the Chair of the Board, Leonard Munyao Kamba, urged the staff to be committed to their work.
“I urge you to work as a team for us to realize our mandate as a Company. With your efforts we shall meet and even supersede the expectations of our customer. Water provision is critical.” He said.
The Board members also planted ceremonial trees as a sign of commitment to con-serving the catchment. Board vice Chair Lillian Okumu was present. Other Board members included: Charles Kerich, Mohamed Abdi Abdrahman,Martin Mbichire Kuruga, Emmah Mukuhi, Karen Nyamu, Michael Mumo and Timothy Muriuki.
The Ag. Managing Director Eng. Nahason Muguna took the board through the brief history of the Company and their operations. He was accompanied by Ag. Technical Director Eng. Lucy Njambi, Production Manager Philip Githinji and Thika Dam Coor-dinator Job Kihamba.
The induction for the Board took place in Mombasa recently prior to the tour. The Board is expected to guide the company to excellence while applying the principles of participatory decision making process, good governance, inclusivity, integrity, transparency, and accountability.
The newly elected NCWSC Board Chairman, Leonard Munyao Kamba, waters a ceremonial tree he planted at Thika Dam when he led the Board Members for a familiarization tour. On the far left is Karen Nyamu, one of the board member.
Board Chairman, Leonard Munyao Kamba, ( 2nd right) and other Board members listen as Production Manager, Philip Githinji, explains the operations at Ngethu Treatment plant.
Board Chairman, Mr. Kamba, (5th left) and the Board members listens attentively as staff demonstrates on the technical operations at Ngethu Treatment Works.
NCWSC Board Chair, Mr. Kamba (3rd Left, front row) with the Board members during an induction programme in Mombasa recently.