The Development office in partnership with the Kasarani Neighborhood Association (KNA) host the Roysambu Residents Association Forum
By Aquillah Onchana
Last Saturday, the office of the Member of County Assembly (MCA) Roysambu Ward in partnership with USIU-Africa and the Kasarani Neighborhood Association (KNA) hosted a forum at the Auditorium from 9 am to 2 pm where about 150 stakeholders and residents’ associations attended.
This forum not only addressed socio-economic issues but also forged a web of strong bonds in the community. From passionate entrepreneurs to spirited community leaders, everyone found their place in this symphony of voices. The guest speaker, Mr. Njoroge Kagwe, presented a detailed presentation on the structure. Thereafter, six committees were formed to address the key challenges facing the ward. They include; Education, Public health and hygiene, Environment, Social welfare, culture, sports, and affirmative groups, Infrastructure development, lands and planning and Security. The power of collective action became the cornerstone of this newfound Roysambu spirit.
Mr. Gabriel Kanja from the office of the MCA chaired the organizing committee that comprised of Simon Kiarie and Lucy Wairimu from the office of the MCA, Jemima Oloo from Marketing and Communication office and Aquillah Onchana from Development Office. With the support of Hon. Sospeter Githahu and Mr. Eannes Ongus, Chair Development Office, the event was a success.
This collaboration exemplified USIU-Africa’s dedication to foster meaningful partnerships with the community.