Today CS. Samuel Keter, Esq, CPS (K), on the left in photo, nominates Kiptere Water Community for RaHa Solutions. He proposes Safaricom PLC to mark their tank. The project is designed to cover a 16 square kilometre radius when it’s completed and 20,000 people will benefit from it. So far, only phase one of the project has been done.
The following is what Samuel said.
To ‘Even It Up’, I nominate Kiptere Water Community Project for support in repairing of an existing concrete water tank.
The nominee is a water starved village and some of the beneficiaries include schools, dispensaries and market centres located along Kiptere-Sondu road, Sigowet Ward, Sigowet/Soin Constituency in Kericho County.
I would like an advertiser called Safaricom PLC to mark the gift with their name or logo free of charge.
The nominee and I agree that the gift be built in Kiptere Location, Sigowet Ward, Sigowet /Soin Constituency, Kericho County.
The nominee agrees to prepare the foundation and provide all unskilled labor required.
Some of the beneficiaries are as follows:
1. Erick Chepkwony;
2. Andrew Koech;
3. David Koech;
4. Esther Korir (Principal Kakibei Girls);
5. Mr. Kirui (Principal Kakibei Boys);
6. Joshua Langat(Skyline Academy);
7. Jeremiah Bett;
8. Evaline Chepngeno ( Principal Marumbasi Secondary);
9. Julius Rono Tele;
10. Sammy Bett( Chipchip);
11. Geoffrey Chepkwony;
12. Robert Chepkwony;
13. Kenneth Chepkwony;
14. Joseph Koech;
15. Andrew Chirchir;
16. Peter Bett;
17. Paul Tonui;
18. Isaiah Rono;
19. Mark Tonui;
20. Shadrack Kerich.