Nzowasco MD -Ministry provided us with Sh4.5 million chemicals


The National Government through the ministry of water has given Nzoia Water and Sewerage Company (Nzowasco) Chemicals worth Sh4.5 million for water treatment.

Revealing this, the firm Managing Director CPA Mathew Maruti Wakhungu stated that the chemicals will be a boost for the company which depends on its internal sources for survival.
Addressing the company employees innl Bungoma town as they marked the customer Service Week 2020, Wakhungu lauded the national government for chipping in and helping them realize their goals.

“We are very happy that the national government helped this company by providing us with chemicals, this will help us treat water in main plants before they are released for human consumption,” he said.
The service whose motto is ‘Customer satisfaction is our pride’ is marked yearly to motivate workers and the firm’s customers.
Wakhungu called on area residents to report any illegal connections that is denying the company revenue.
“Let’s change our culture to minimize illegal water connections as the revenue channeled to the company accounts helps us in meeting our financial obligations and to satisfy our customers,” said the MD.

He pointed out that they were going employ the 18 casuals into permanent basis in the next 2 years. He emphasized the need for firm’s employees to embrace team work which is a key component in expanding the company.
“If the company loses water, we lose our revenue hence it can be closed down and you lose your work, so be out ambassador to ensure that we protect the company,” said Wakhungu.
Benard Kikechi, Administration and Marketing Manager warned that any illegal connections is very costly and any culprit found engaging in the vice will face a tough fine.

“If found engaging in illegal connections somebody can be fined up to Sh30, 000 which is costly to the current economy, so stop doing illegalities,” said Kikechi.
He called on company employees to always be disciplined and stop engaging in corruption cases that ruined their future.
He asked water users to settle their bills on time to avoid disconnections which can ‘strain our relationships’.


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