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Amason J.Kingi, EGH.
Official Twitter handle for Amason Jeffah Kingi run by Governor's Press Service. Personal tweets shall be marked as ^AJK
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. 8h
Replying to @governorkingi
3, On 4th of august 2020, the group through the Mbegu Fund loan acquired a new tuktuk that was officially handed over to them by one of the Board Members: representing the Department of Trade, Chief Officer, Madam Mary Mukare together with the Fund Manager Madam Mercy Ngombo
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. 8h
Replying to @governorkingi
2, A steady and substantial flow of income to the group accrued the group substantial profit, prompting the members to expand into the tuktuk transport business and applied for funding at the Kilifi County Microfinance (Mbegu) Fund to finance the purchase of a tuk-tuk.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. 8h
1,The Kilifi County Microfinance Mbegu Fund through its asset financing product, yesterday issued a brand tuk-tuk to Kinu Jipange Self Help Group. Kinu Jipange is a 12-member self-help group in Sokoni ward venturing in table banking.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Aug 2
Replying to @governorkingi
Kilifi County *
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Aug 2
Replying to @governorkingi
The main area of focus are the regions experiencing long dry spell such as Ganze, Magarini, Kaloleni and parts or Rabai Sub counties.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Aug 2
Replying to @governorkingi
The Underground water exploration projects by the Kilifi Country administration, through its strategic plan, aims to sink over 100 boreholes across the County in an effort to mitigate the pain of water shortages.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Aug 2
For many years Kilifi County has depended mainly on Mzima Springs & Baricho for its Water supply, however, this dependency may soon be a thing of the past as Kilifi Country Government now shifts to groundwater exploration. .
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Aug 1
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Aug 1
13 was historic, 14 is Iconic Today is a good day for all connected to the Arsenal Football Club 👌.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 30
Replying to @Ali_Manzu
Happy Eid brother
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 30
to our Muslim brothers and sisters all over the world. May this Eid bring peace, happiness and prosperity to you and your loved ones. As we celebrate this day, I urge everybody to observe the laid down Health guidelines and Protocols.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 30
Replying to @governorkingi
3,I am impressed by the immense progress that we have made in ensuring the people of Kilifi are given title deeds, own land and address the longstanding land tussles in Kilifi County.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 30
Replying to @governorkingi
2,Already, over 5,000 title deeds are ready for issuance to Kilifi residents while another 21,000 are in the process and soon will be handed over to Wananchi.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 30
1,This afternoon, I received a delegation from the Ministry of Lands and Physical Planning led by the Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS), Hon. Gideon Mung'aro We discussed several issues among them the progressive report and evaluation on the status of land settlement schemes.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 29
Replying to @cbs_ke @Ma3Route
Terrible
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 29
Happening now Chairing an interfaith meeting with religious leaders to evaluate the state in the fight against in Kilifi Country. I reiterate my earlier call that, this War is both an individual & a collective responsibility that can only won at the Community level.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 27
Currently attending the Fifth (5th) Extra-Ordinary Session of the National and County Governments Coordinating Summit chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta via virtual Conference in my office in Kilifi.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 25
Sometimes we have short memories. We forget God is the one that opened the doors. Don’t forget about all the prayers God has answered. (Joel Osteen) Great Sunday all.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 24
Farmers anticipating a bumper harvest in free seeds and ferterlizer program by Kilifi County Government.
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Amason J.Kingi, EGH. Jul 24
Replying to @governorkingi
I send my heartfelt condolences to the Family of Mzee Mkapa and the people of Tanzania. Verily the continent has lost a Statesman. R.I.P
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