Granton Samboja gives personal Covid-19 donation worth over Ksh 500,000

Taita Taveta Governor H. E Granton Samboja has today given a personal donation of foodstuffs worth over Ksh 500,000 to pastors from Mwatate Sub-county.

Speaking while leading the food distribution exercise on behalf of H.E the Governor at Dembwa, Wusi Kishamba Ward, the Governor’s advisor on Women,Gender and Social Welfare Mrs. Priscilla Mwangeka said the food shall cushion the clergy against the effects of COVID-19.

She underscored the County government’s commitment in distributing food to the vulnerable people through the Covid-19 county resource mobilization committee.

Pastor Evans Kiju applauded the Governor’s generosity and further urged well wishers to continue channeling their donations to the County Resource Mobilization Committee.

Present during the exercise was County Chief of Protocol Mr.Amos Saleh, Mwatate Sub-county Principal Administrator Ruel Mwawasi, Wusi Kishamba Ward Administrator Madam Esther Mkaiwawi among other County officials.



One of the receiving teams’ Member


Taita Taveta County Govt

This is an adaptation from the county Mouth Piece, spearheaded and run under the County Depertment of Communication

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