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Nairobi City Water & Sewerage Company Board of Directors recently visited the site of the Sasumua Kabete Pipeline emergency rehabilitation works in Kieni Forest. The Board was taken through the works undertaken to rehabilitate the pipeline. Board Vice Chairman Timothy Muriuki, appreciated the staff for their tremendous commitment in ensuring the company meets the completion target of May 31st, 2020.

The Managing Director, Eng. Muguna, on his part thanked the team for the dedication during this challenging period. The Board was accompanied by Ag. Technical Director Eng. Lucy Njambi, Ag. Director HR and Administration, Monica Tuli, and Sasumua Dam Coordinator Peter Mironga.

The staff were encouraged by the visit from the Board and Senior Management and they expressed hope that their welfare may be looked into. Emergency repair works of the distribution infrastructure are domiciled in Transmission Unit of the Operation & Maintenance Department, headed by Eng. Maina.

NCWSC Board Vice Chairman Timothy Muriuki addresses the media at the Sasumua Kabete Pipeline Emergency works site in Kieni Forest.
Looking on are Managing Director Eng, Nahason Muguna (in blue jacket) and Ag. Technical Director Eng. Lucy Njambi.


A crawler clears the road that will be used to ferry supplies during the early stages of the emergency works.


 NCWSC Staff dig the trenches exposing the old pipes that will be diverted to a new route


A section of the pipeline is wielded


A pipe is loaded onto the crawler for transportation to the site, a total of 22 pipes were transported for the repair works


 NCWSC Staff prepare to pulley the pipes in the trench all the way to the river downhill


NCWSC Board members Emmah Mukuhi (2nd left) and Anne Kananu (in reflector jacket) together
with Managing Director Eng. Muguna (blue jacket on the right) get to work at the site

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