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Kenya Gazette



THE KENYA GAZETTE

Published by Authority of the Republic of Kenya
(Registered as a Newspaper at the G.P.O.)

Vol. CXVI-No. 65
NAIROBI, 23 May,2014
Price Sh. 60


CONTENTS

GAZETTE PAGE
CORRIGENDA 1262
THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT… 1262
THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT… 1263
THE BASIC EDUCATION ACT… 1263
THE COUNTER-TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS… 1263
THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA… 1264
THE KENYA DEFENCE FORCES… 1264
THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACT… 1264
THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT… 1264
THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT… 1265
THE LAND ACT (NO.… 1265
THE CIVIL AVIATION ACT… 1274
THE INSURANCE ACT (CAP.… 1278
THE WATER ACT (NO.… 1278
THE PHYSICAL PLANNING ACT… 1280
CO-ORDINATION ACT (NO. 8… 1280
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND… 1281
GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3348… 1282
GAZETTE PAGE
GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3348… 1282
MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS LIMITED LOSS… 1301
RIDGEMONT MANAGEMENT LIMITED CLOSURE… 1301
KANYUA AUTO GARAGE DISPOSAL… 1301
FOUR RUNNERS AUTO TECH… 1301
WILCOGO GARAGE DISPOSAL OF… 1301
SAMTEC COMPUTER SERVICES LIMITED… 1301
BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY… 1302
AUTOFINE LIMITED DISPOSAL OF… 1302
CORPORATE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED… 1302
MADISON INSURANCE LOSS OF… 1302
UAP LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY… 1302
OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE… 1303
APOLLO LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED… 1303
CHANGE OF NAME 1303
NOW ON SALE 1304
IMPORTANT NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS… 1304
SUBSCRIPTION AND ADVERTISEMENT CHARGES 1304


Page: 1262

CORRIGENDA

IN Gazette Notice No. 2518 of 2014, amend the petitioner’s name printed as “Samuel Moses Mwangi” to read “Samuel Mbugua Mwangi”.

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IN Gazette Notice No. 2155 of 2014, Succession Cause No. 91 of 2014, amend the expression printed as “the deceased’s father” to read “the deceased’s brother”.

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IN Gazette Notice No. 2164 of 2014, amend the expression printed as Cause No. 6 of 2011, to read “Cause No. 6 of 2014”.

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IN Gazette Notice No. 3023 of 2014, amend the appointee’s name “Pauline Muta” to read “Pauline Matu”


Page: 1262

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3381

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT ACT

(NO. 18 OF 2012)

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT (UWEZO FUND) REGULATIONS, 2014

(L.N. 21 OF 2014)

APPOINTMENT OF CONSTITUENCY UWEZO FUND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 15 (5) of the Public Finance Management (Uwezo Fund) Regulations, 2014 the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning, gazettes the following members of Constituency Uwezo Fund Committees in various constituencies as outlined below for a period of 3 years with effect from 13th May, 2014.

TINDERET CONSTITUENCY

Sub- County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Nicholus Kemei

Member

David Kiptoo

Member

Judith Chepchirchir

Member

Elijah Birgen

Member

Ruth Jepkurgat

Member

Nicholas Kimutai Kemei

Member

John Kurgat

Member

Stanley Kipkorir Barno

Member

 

WESTLANDS CONSTITUENCY

Sub- County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Tabitha Maina

Member

Peter Wainaima

Member

Kenneth Kihara

Member

Wilson Anyangu

Member

Gladys Vihenda

Member

Ednah Moraa Ratemo

Member

Joseph Wanyonyi  Omunyonga                                       

Member

Lilian Atieno Ngoge

Member

MAKADARA CONSTITUENCY

Sub- County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Catherine Muthoni Kihara

Member

Mark Ndung’u

Member

Grace Wanjiku Muturi

Member

John Onyango

Member

Edda Auma Odede

Member

Peter Njoroge Muhuhu

Member

Jillo Phenny Hantemo

Member

KESSES CONSTITUENCY

Sub- County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Joseph Kinjabi

Yego Jacob Kipsang

Caroline Wanjiku Mburu

John K. Sitienei

Jennifer C. Koskei

Andipas Kibet Chemalan

Evaline Chepkorir Maritim

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

Member

CHEPALUNGU CONSTITUENCY

Sub-County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

 

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Jane Chepkorir Turgot

Member

Too Kipkoech

Member

Lily Lang’at

Member

Christine Chepkoech

Member

Jecinta Cherono

Member

John Cheruiyot Rotich

Member

Wanjiku Katiri

Member

Julius Kiplangat Mutai

 

MARAKWET EAST CONSTITUENCY

Sub- County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Simon Kosgei Cherop

Member

Samuel Chepkwony

Member

Esther Yawo

Member

Elizabeth Bowen

Member

Benson Yatich

Member

Johnston Kilimo Kataffi

Member

Hosea Ben Kipruto

Member

LAFEY CONSTITUENCY

Sub- County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

 

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Abdi Ullow Shihaw

Member

Mohamed Borai Adan

Member

Dakan Noor Sheikh

Member

Kaltuma Maalim Dakane

Member

Shamsa Farah Abdow

Member

Ali Ibrahim Abdikarim

Member

Hussein Ahmed Ali

Member

Ahmed Birik Mohamud

Member

WEBUYE WEST CONSTITUENCY

Sub- County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep- Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Doris Nyongesa

Member

Robert M. Wasike

Member

David Chebukaka Lusweti

Member

William Kibulo Wakhungu

Member

Wycliffe Opicho

Member

Joshua Nyongesa Yawa

Member

Catherine Nasambu Masibo

Member

KEIYO NORTH CONSTITUENCY

Faith Jepkosgei

Member

LURAMBI CONSTITUENCY

Morris Ofwamba Olumatete

Member

Dated the 19th May, 2014.

ANNE WAIGURU,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Devolution and Planning.


Page: 1262

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3382

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT ACT

(NO. 18 OF 2012)

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT (UWEZO FUND) REGULATIONS, 2014

(L.N. 21 OF 2014)

APPOINTMENT OF CONSTITUENCY UWEZO FUND MANAGEMENT COMMITTEES

IN EXERCISE of powers conferred by section 15 (5) of the Public Finance Management (Uwezo Fund) Regulations, 2014 the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning, gazettes the following members of Constituency Uwezo Fund Committees in various constituencies as outlined below for a period of 3 years with effect from 13th May, 2014.

ROYSAMBU CONSTITUENCY

Rahab Wairimu Kiarii, Michael Wasonga Odongo, Ann Wangeci Macharia to the Roysambu Constituency Uwezo Fund Management Committee

The appointment of Michael Ochongo, Ann Wangechi Macharia and Rahab Wairimu Kiarie is revoked*.

BOMET CENTRAL CONSTITUENCY

Joyce Cherotich Korir to the Bomet central Constituency Uwezo Fund Management Committee.

The appointment of Juliana Rotich is revoked*.

MATHARE CONSTITUENCY

Joseph Karanja, Anastasia Michere, Margaret Nzomo and Caleb Ngala to the Mathare Constituency Uwezo Fund Management Committee

The appointment of Owen Omondi, Godfrey Bakira, Ali Wario and Esther Wanjiku is revoked*.

SAKU CONSTITUENCY

Joseph Halkano Galgallo to the Saku Constituency Uwezo Fund Management Committee.

The appointment of Said Jillo is revoked*.

NYARIBARI MASABA CONSTITUENCY

Richard Onchari Okindo to the Nyaribari Masaba Constituency Uwezo Fund Management Committee

The appointment of Clinton Okinyi Kinanga is revoked*.

WAJIR EAST CONSTITUENCY

Jamal Hussein Dayib to the Wajir East Constituency Uwezo Fund Management Committee.

The appointment of Abdi Farah Omar is revoked*.

BELGUT CONSTITUENCY

Kimutai Eric Langat to the Belgut Constituency Uwezo Fund Management Committee.

The appointment of Gilbert Kemei is revoked*.

Dated the 19th May, 2014.

ANNE WAIGURU,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Devolution and Planning.


Page: 1263

Gazette Notice No. 3383

THE CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT

(No. 46 of 2012)

THE CONSUMERS PROTECTION ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Appointment

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 89 (2) (d) of the Consumer Protection Act, 2012, the Cabinet Secretary for East African Affairs, Commerce and Tourism appoints—

Phyllis Wakiaga (Ms.)

to be a member of the Kenya Consumers Protection Advisory Committee, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from the 20th November, 2013.

Dated the 23rd April, 2014.

PHYLLIS J. KANDIE,

Cabinet Secretary,

for East African Affairs, Commerce and Tourism.


Page: 1263

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3384

THE BASIC EDUCATION ACT

(NO. 14 OF 2013)

THE NATIONAL EDUCATION BOARD

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 10 (7) of the Basic Education Act, 2013, the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Science and Technology appoints—

Erastus Muthuuri Kiugu—(Chairman),

Kipsoi Emmy Jerono (Dr.),

Paul Kamau Mbugua (Prof.),

Ayub Macharia Ndaruga (Dr.),

John Ouru Nyaegah (Dr.),

Vicky Khasandi Televa (Dr.),

Pauline A. Lokuruka,

Fatuma Ali Saman (Mrs.),

Kenneth Paul Pakia,

to be the Chairperson and members of the National Education Board, for a term of four (4) years and three (3) years, respectively, effective from the 19th August, 2013.

Dated the 4th March, 2014.

JACOB KAIMENYI,

Cabinet Secretary for Education,

Science and Technology.


Page: 1263

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3385

THE COUNTER-TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS ACT

(NO. 8 OF 2010)

THE COUNTER-TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS ADVISORY COMMITTEE

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 19 (2) of the Counter-Trafficking in Persos Act, 2010, the Cabinet Secretary for Labour, Social Security and Services appoints:

Under section 19 (2) (g)—

Patricia Mande Nyaundi;

Under section 19 (2) (h)—

Ruth Juliet Nyambura Gachanja;

Under section 19 (2) (j)—

George Mabeya Masese

to be members of the Counter-Trafficking in Persons Advisory Committee, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from the 25th March, 2014.

Dated the 25th March, 2014.

SAMWEL KAZUNGU KAMBI,

Cabinet Secretary

for Labour, Social Security and Services.


Page: 1264

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3389

THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT

(NO. 17 OF 2012)

LAIKIPIA COUNTY

APPOINTMENT OF LAIKIPIA COUNTY INVESTMENT TECHNICAL COMMITTEE

PURSUANT to express and implied powers  conferred by Article 1, 10, 174, 175, 176, 183 of the Constitution as read with section 5 and 6 of the County Governments Act of 2012, the Governor of Laikipia County has constituted the Laikipia County Investment Technical Committee to prepare, plan, or do all that it pertains for an Investment conference to take place in Laikipia County.

The terms of reference for the committee include but are not limited to:

  1. Formulate  an investment conference working plan.

(a) Source from all sources guests for the conference.

(b) Formulate and develop ways to have Investors attend and invest in Laikipia County.

(c)  plan and implement post conference activities to realise the fruits of the conference

(d) cause all proceedings, minutes, books of account, to be kept in good accessible conditions for now and future references.

(e)  do all that appertains to publicity and profiling of the county for the purposes of the conference and beyond.

2.  The Committees members and secretariat are entitled  to:

(a) A responsibility allowance for each secretariat member who is not an employee of the county government, of not more than shillings ten thousand per week.

(b) The secretariat shall be given airtime allowances on a weekly basis.

(c)  Both the technical committee members and the secretariat are entitled to tools, equipment and all facilitation to perform exceptionally towards the conference.

(d) All employees of the county government shall be entitled to allowances equivalent to their salary scales when out of their stations of work.

(e)  Those appointed from outside the county government structure, shall be entitled to allowances equivalent to job group 'L' when out of the station of work.

(f)   The steering committee shall comprise of Laikipia professionals from Diaspora.

The committee shall comprise of the following:

Committee Members:

Eliud Kimotho Waithaka

Paul Mwaniki Ndungu

James Maina Mathenge

Josephat Musili Musyima

Josiah Muriithi Thiriku

Rose Wambui Gichocho

Daniel Ndungu Thuo

Jemimah Kairuthi Mburugu

Joseph Kamiri Chege

Peter Ndirangu Hinga

Paul M. Ringera

Samuel Mwangi Njuguna

Julius Murage Kingori

Josephat Waswa

John Pamita Letai

Paul Njenga

Lantano Nabaala

Jane Putunoi

Charles Nderitu

John Gikonyo Muritu

Godfrey Odhiambo Kiche

John Melita Kamoiro

Doris Njokina Leshorono

 Susan Losike Naperit

Abdirashid Mohamed

John Bosco Akaale

Petern Ndirangu

Catherine Wambui Njoroge

Secretariat:

Lantano Nabaala—(Head of Secretariat)

Jemimah KairuthiMburugu

Susan LosikeNaperit

John Melita Kamoiro

Doris Njokina Leshorono

Josiah MuriithiThiriku

The Committee shall commence work immediately and shall do all that it takes for the realization of the investment conference.

The committee shall regulate its own procedures and operations.

JOSHUA W. IRUNGU,

MR/4766874                                      Governor, Laikipia County.


Page: 1264

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3386

THE KENYA DEFENCE FORCES ACT

(NO. 25 OF 2012)

DEPLOYMENT

PURSUANT to Article 241 (3) (b) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010, as read with sections 33 (2) and 34 (2) of the Kenya Defence Forces Act, notice is given that on 21st May, 2014, the Kenya Defence Forces deployed in support of the National Police Service in response to the security emergency in Mandera County including but not limited to securing the main roads of:

Mandera–Elwak–Modogashe–Garissa–Thika–Nairobi.

Mandera–Moyale–Marsabit–Isiolo–Nairobi.

Mandera–Elwak–Modogashe–Isiolo–Nairobi.

Liboi–Garissa–Mwingi–Thika–Nairobi.

Garissa–Hola–Garsen–Malindi–Mombasa–Nairobi.

Dated the 22nd May, 2014.

AMB. RAYCHELLE OMAMO,

Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Defence


Page: 1264

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3387

THE NATIONAL SECURITY ACT

(NO. 23 OF 2012)

TASKFORCE ON INTERNATIONAL BOUNDARIES

CORRIGENDUM

IN Gazette Notice No. 13864 of 2013:

Delete the sentence appearing after the subheading “costs” and insert the following—

The expenses of the Taskforce will be defrayed from funds provided by the National Treasury to the Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government.

Dated the 30th April, 2014.

JOSEPH ole LENKU,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government.


Page: 1264

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3388

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT

(NO. 17 OF 2012)

THE KWALE COUNTY ASSEMBLY

SPECIAL SITTING OF THE ASSSEMBLY

PURSUANT to Standing Orders of the County Assembly of Kwale, it is notified for the information of members of the County Assembly of Kwale that a Special Sitting of the Assembly shall be held in the County Assembly Chamber in the County Assembly Buildings, Kwale, on Friday, 23rd May, 2014 at 2.30 p.m. to debate on the following Bills:

(a) The Kwale County Village Administrative Units Bill 2014;

(b) The Kwale County Trade Revolving Fund Bill, 2014;

(c)  The Kwale CountyYouth, Women and Persons with Disability Financial Services Support Bill, 2014;

(d) Kwale County Bursary Fund Bill, 2014.

Dated the 19th May, 2014.

S. N. RUWA,

MR/4766854                         Speaker, County Assembly of Kwale.


Page: 1265

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3394

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW CERTIFICATE OF LEASE

WHEREAS Jimana Limited, of P.O Box 42588–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in leasehold ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1750 sq. ft. or thereabout, known as Nairobi/Block 14/Flat No. H 4, situate in the district of Nairobi, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the certificate of lease issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new certificate of lease provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

B. K. LEITICH,

MR/4766538                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1265

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3390

THE LAND ACT

(NO. 6 OF 2012)

THE MOMBASA PORT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ACCESS ROAD

INQUIRY

IN PURSUANCE of the transitional provisions contained in section 62 (2) of the Land Act, 2012 and Section 6(2) of the Land Acquisition Act (Cap. 295) (repealed), the National Land Commission gives notice that inquiries for hearing of claims to compensation for interested parties in the land required for Kenya Ports Authority for the construction of the Mombasa Port Development Project-access Road will be held from 9.00 a.m. at Mombasa District Lands Office in the Provincial Headquarters on 1st Floor, Room 105, on 12th June, 2014.

Plot No.

Registered Land Owner

Area To Acquire

(Acres)

495/VI/MN

Shahid Pervez & Haroon Shahid Butt

1.8

Every person interested in the affected land is required to deliverto the National Land Commission on or before the day of inquiry a written claim to compensation, copy of identity card (ID), Personal identification Number (PIN), land ownership documents and bank account details.  Documents are to be delivered to, either to the respective County Land Valuers in Mombasa or the Commission’s Office, Ardhi House, Nairobi 3rd Floor, Room No.305.

Dated the 5th June, 2014.

MUHAMMAD A. SWAZURI,

MR/4766607                     Chairman, National Land Commission.


Page: 1265

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3391

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS (1) Clifford Maina Mutero and (2) Joy Wangari Nyamu Mutero, both of P.O. Box 38859, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, are the registered proprietors of all that piece of land known as L.R. No. 27/139, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 36129/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

C. K. MUCHIRI,

MR/4766595           Registrar of Titles, Nairobi


Page: 1265

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3392

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Kenya Medical Research Institute, is the registered proprietor in leasehold interest of all that land known as L.R. No. 5007/247, situate within Kwale, by virtue of a lease registered as C.R. 36315, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said lease issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. G. WANJOHI,

MR/4766681                                    Registrar of Titles, Mombasa.


Page: 1265

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3393

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW CERTIFICATE OF LEASE

WHEREAS (1) Mahendra Kumar Chandulal Shah and (2) Kirti Mahendra Shah, both of P.O Box 86636, Mombasa in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in leasehold ownership interest of that piece of land known as Mombasa/Block XXVI/155 (Maisonette No. 2), situate in the district of Mombasa, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the certificate of lease issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new certificate of lease provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

H. G. SAT,

MR/4944748                                        Land Registrar, Mombasa.


Page: 1266

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3395

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Omar Abdalla, of P.O. Box 12280–80197, Mombasa in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.05 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Mombasa, registered under title No. Mombasa/Mwembelegeza/90, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

H. G. SAT,

MR/4766633           Land Registrar, Mombasa District


Page: 1266

Gazette Notice No. 3396

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

Issue of a New Land Title Deed

WHEREAS Majuma bin Mwishande, of P.O. Box 96042, Likoni in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.70 acre or thereabouts, situate in the district of Mombasa, registered under title No. Mombasa/M.S. Block II/98, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

H. G. SAT,

MR/4766633                            Land Registrar, Mombasa District.


Page: 1266

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3397

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Francis O. Okello, of P.O. Box 1013, Nakuru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0294 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nakuru, registered under title No. Nakuru Municipality/Block I (Langa Langa)/1181, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

M. V. BUNYOLI,

MR/4766594                               Land Registrar, Nakuru District.


Page: 1266

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3398

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Samuel Karienye Maina, of P.O. Box 53889–00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0717 acre or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nyeri, registered under title No. Karatina/Town Block 1/378, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

R. W. NGAANYI,

MR/4766610                                   Land Registrar, Nyeri District.


Page: 1266

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3399

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Terrah Mathenge Nderitu, of P.O. Box 1667, Nyeri in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.619 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Nyeri, registered under title No. Thegenge/Gathuthi/1170, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/4766652                                   Land Registrar, Nyeri District.


Page: 1266

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3400

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Njuki Kavungura (ID/0720923), of Embu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.62 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Embu, registered under title No. Kagaari/Kigaa/1944, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

M. W. KARIUKI,

MR/4944723           Land Registrar, Embu District.


Page: 1266

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3401

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Simon Njue Gicovi (ID/3616589), of P.O. Box 2566, Embu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.55 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Embu, registered under title No. Gaturi/Nembure/9849, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. MUNGUTI,

MR/4766657                                  Land Registrar, Embu District.


Page: 1266

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3402

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Emilio Junius Nyaga, of P.O. Box 16364–00610, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.20 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Mwimbi/Murugi/2703, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. N. KARUTI,

MR/4766774                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3403

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Mwrebua Mugambi (ID/16106083), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 10.80 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Nyaki/Giaki/401, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

B. K. KAMWARO,

MR/4766834                                   Land Registrar, Meru District.


Page: 1267

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3404

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS George Kiogora (ID/7446267), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.36 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Nyaki/Chugu/28, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

H. S. W. MUSUMIAH,

MR/4766835           Land Registrar, Meru District


Page: 1267

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3405

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Jonai Wema Malo, (2) Onyango Malo, (3) Jonathan Okwachi Malo and (4) Jackton Odhiambo Malo, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 21.5 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Busia/Teso, registered under title No. Marachi/Bujumba/249, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

G. ONDIGO,

MR/5021506           Land Registrar, Busia/Teso Districts


Page: 1267

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3406

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Patrick Mwangi, (2) Duncan Mwangi Wangari, (3) Gerald Mwangi Wangari and (4) Elizabeth Mwangi, all of P.O. Box 154, Kangema in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.87 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Murang’a, registered under title No. LOC. 9/Kanyenyaini/1132, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

N. N. NJENGA,

MR/4766586           Land Registrar, Murang’a District


Page: 1267

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3407

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Serah Wambui Mathenge (ID/1831834), (2) Gerald Ngaku Wanjohi (ID/0966442 and (3) James Marikio Wanjohi (ID/1833106), all of P.O. Box 190, Othaya in the Republic of Kenya, being the personal representatives of Wanjohi Mathenge (deceased), are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.40 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Murang’a, registered under title No. LOC. 14/Kiru/2643, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

N. N. NJENGA,

MR/4766654                           Land Registrar, Murang’a District.


Page: 1267

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3408

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Jephitha Egeria (ID/3388044), of P.O. Box 19, Kagio in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 16.75 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Kirinyaga, registered under title No. Mwerua/Kithumbu/323, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. K. MUTHEE,

MR/5021510                           Land Registrar, Kirinyaga District.


Page: 1267

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3409

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Joseph Omondi Bosco, of P.O. Box 1281, Kakamega in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.09 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title No. Marama/Inaya/1186, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. FUNDIA,

MR/4766643                          Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1267

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3410

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Hamisi Maululwa Omoro, of P.O. Box 158, Butere in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 17.5 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title No. Marama/Shinamwenyuli/1195, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. FUNDIA,

MR/4766864                          Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3410

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Hamisi Maululwa Omoro, of P.O. Box 158, Butere in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 17.5 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title No. Marama/Shinamwenyuli/1195, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. FUNDIA,

MR/4766864                          Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3411

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kamau Karuga Paul, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.05 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. E. Bukusu/S. Kanduyi/7562, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/4766605           Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3412

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Jonathan Ronald Omumia, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.8 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. W. Bukusu/S. Mateka/17, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/4766605           Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3413

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Patrick Khaemba Makokha, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.05 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. E. Bukusu/N. Sangalo/2924, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/4766605          Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3414

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Lazarous Matere Machani, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 6.96 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. E. Bukusu/N. Nalondo/2092, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/4766605          Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3415

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Andrew Musumba Wamalmili, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.6 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. W. Bukusu/S. Mateka/1268, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/4766764          Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3416

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Nyongesa Ndege, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.60 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. E. Bukusu/N. Kanduyi/5614, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/4766764          Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3417

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS (1) David Thande Marenga, (2) James Muiruri Reuben and (3) David Chege Wainaina, of P.O. Box 236–00625, Kangemi in the Republic of Kenya, as trustees for Githima Agencies, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land containing 0.029 hectare or thereabouts each, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title Nos. Machakos/Town Block 2/2195 and 2196, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deeds issued thereof have been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/4766688                           Land Registrar, Machakos District.


Page: 1268

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3418

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Lucy Wanjiru Winnie, of P.O. Box 6289–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.614 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title No. Donyo Sabuk/Komarock Block I/25014, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/4766840           Land Registrar, Machakos District


Page: 1269

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3419

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Joel Muthui Kyambu, of P.O. Box 1, Kitui in the Republic of Kenya, as trustees for Githima Agencies, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.031 hectare or thereabouts each, situate in the district of Kitui, registered under title No. Kyangwithya/Tungutu/1770, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. K. MUNDIA,

MR/5021519                                   Land Registrar, Kitui District.


Page: 1269

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3420

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Antony Waithaka Nguru, of P.O. Box 300, Kiambu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.5000 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Ruiru/KIU Block 2/2970, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

F. M. NYAKUNDI,

MR/4766540           Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1269

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3421

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Teresiah Njoki Mugwimi (ID/4918574), of P.O. Box 4654–01000, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0924 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Thika Municipality/Block 30/954, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

F. M. NYAKUNDI,

MR/4766550                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1269

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3422

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Patrick Mwaura Wagatira (ID/1887020), of P.O. Box 992, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.1000 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Ruiru/Ruiru East Block 1/T. 1271, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

F. M. NYAKUNDI,

MR/4944706                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1269

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3423

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Beth Wanjiru Muigai (ID/3119164), of P.O. Box 372–01030, Gatundu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.00 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Kiganjo/Kiamwangi/1216, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

F. M. NYAKUNDI,

MR/4766645           Land Registrar, Thika District


Page: 1269

 

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3424

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Francis Wainaina Nyanjui (ID/0352233), of P.O. Box 2271, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.00 acre or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Ndarugu/Karatu/1536, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

I. N. KAMAU,

MR/4766623                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1269

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3425

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Florence Wanjiku Mbogo (ID/2013454), of P.O. Box 1158, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 5.20 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. LOC. 16/Mbugiti/1436, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

S. W. KARIUKI,

MR/4766671                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1269

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3426

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Davies Kiiru Ndungu (ID/0260843), of P.O. Box 77823–00600, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.022 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Sigona/902, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. K. NDIRANGU,

MR/4944715                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3427

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) James Kiarie Kimende, (2) Julius Gacece Kimende and (3) George Kinuthia Kimende, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 6.0 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Gatamaiyu/Kamburu/1278, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

W. N. MUGURO,

MR/4766601           Land Registrar, Kiambu District


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3428

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Esther Wangare Mwangi (ID/26438777), of P.O. Box 2781, Eldoret in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.04 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Naivasha, registered under title No. Miti Mingi/Miti Mingi Block 9/963 (Ndiuni), and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

R. K. MARITIM,

MR/4766545           Land Registrar, Naivasha District


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3429

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Rukama Self Help Group, of P.O. Box 82, Ngecha Limuru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0434 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Naivasha, registered under title No. Naivasha/Mwichiringiri Block4/7499, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. MWAURA,

MR/4944742           Land Registrar, Naivasha District


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3430

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Rero arap Too, of P.O. Box 343, Kapsoit in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.90 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kericho, registered under title No. Kericho/Kapsoit/1775, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

G. C. KORIR,

MR/4766737           Land Registrar, Kericho District


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3431

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS James Muriuki Njoka (ID/21171076), of P.O. Box 61, Kianyaga in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.505 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kirinyaga, registered under title No. Mwea/Ngucwi/1103, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. K. MUTHEE,

MR/4766644           Land Registrar, Kirinyaga District.


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3432

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Ruriga Gichangi, of P.O. Box 80, Wanguru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.8100 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Laikipia, registered under title No. Laikipia/Sosian/Sosian Block 2/4690 (Narok Ranch), and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

B. W. MWAI,

MR/4766818                              Land Registrar, Laikipia District.


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3433

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Riungu M’Mutungi, of Maua in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.30 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Laikipia, registered under title No. Mutara/Thome Block 1/2555 (Mathira), and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

B. W. MWAI,

MR/4766818                              Land Registrar, Laikipia District.


Page: 1270

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3434

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kiprono arap Murgor, of P.O. Box 342, Kapsabet in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.6 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Nandi, registered under title No. Nandi/Kaptildil/272, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

E. A. ODERO,

MR/4766696           Land Registrar, Nandi District


Page: 1271

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3435

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Patrick Kipchirchir Sanga, of P.O. Box 397, Kapsabet in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.6 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Nandi, registered under title No. Nandi/Kosoiywo/1170, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

E. A. ODERO,

MR/4766696           Land Registrar, Nandi District


Page: 1271

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3436

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS Robert Getao Wainaina Pere (ID/5332010), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land containing 0.05 and 0.05 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kajiado, registered under title Nos. Ngong/Ngong/28059 and 28065, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

G. W. MUMO,

MR/4766647                     Land Registrar, Kajiado North District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3437

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Samson Omondi Oloo, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.16 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Siaya, registered under title No. East Gem/Wagai/135, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P.A. OWEYA,

MR/4944749           Land Registrar, Siaya District


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3438

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Gideon Ayola Okoth, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.0 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Siaya, registered under title No. South Gem/Rera/1302, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P.A. OWEYA,

MR/4944749                                  Land Registrar, Siaya District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3439

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Peres Anyango Okumu, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.26 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Siaya, registered under title No. South Gem/Kanyadet/1140, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P.A. OWEYA,

MR/4766679           Land Registrar, Siaya District


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3440

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Charles Owiti Oloo, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Siaya, registered under title No. East Gem/Uranga/360, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P.A. OWEYA,

MR/4766679           Land Registrar, Siaya District


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3441

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Rashid Mohammed Kheri, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Kwale, registered under title No. Kwale/Galu Kinondo/542, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. K. KOSKEI,

MR/5021521                                 Land Registrar, Kwale District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3442

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS Pauma Investment Company Limited, of P.O. Box 3825, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land situate in the district of Kwale, registered under title Nos. Kwale/Diani/2147–2166, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deeds issued thereof have been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

C. K. NGETICH,

MR/4766771                                 Land Registrar, Kwale District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3443

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

OPENING OF A NEW REGISTER

WHEREAS Patrick Kimiti Kuria, of P.O. Box 74625–00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Kwale, registered under title No. Galu/Kinondo/383, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the green card issued thereof has been lost and all efforts made to trace it in the office have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall open a new register provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

C. K. NGETICH,

MR/4944728                                 Land Registrar, Kwale District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3444

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

LOSS OF GREEN CARD

WHEREAS Huntsbay Company Limited, of P.O. Box 355, Ukunda, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Kwale, registered under title No. Kwale/Diani Beach Block/1795, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the green card issued thereof has been lost and efforts to trace it have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall open a new register provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

C. K. NGETICH,

MR/4766718                                 Land Registrar, Kwale District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3445

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

LOSS OF GREEN CARD

WHEREAS Mishi Omari Njama, of P.O. Box 87, Ukunda, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Kwale, registered under title No. Kwale/Ukunda/3941, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the green card issued thereof has been lost and efforts to trace it have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall open a new register provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

C. K. NGETICH,

MR/4944728           Land Registrar, Kwale Distri


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3446

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

LOSS OF GREEN CARD

WHEREAS (1) Odero Oyola (2) Samwel Oyola and (3) Okol Oyola, all of P.O. Box 122, Bondo, are registered as proprietors in freehold ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Bondo, registered under title No. Siaya/Nyagoko/1875, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the green card issued thereof has been lost and efforts to trace it have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new green card provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

G. M. MALUNDU,

MR/5021526                                Land Registrar, Bondo District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3447

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW WHITE CARD

WHEREAS Yunuke Moraa Mochoge, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Kisii Central, registered under title No. Kisii Municipality/Block 1/572, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the white card issued thereof has been lost and efforts to trace it have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new white card provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

S. R. KAMBAGA,

MR/4766651           Land Registrar, Kisii District


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3448

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Njeru Kibue, of Embu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 1.21 hectares or thereabout, known as Kyeni/Mufu/806, situate in the district of Embu, and whereas the magistrate’s court at Embu in civil suit No. 139 of 1999, has ordered that the said piece of land be registered in the name of Joseph M. Njerenga, of Embu, and whereas the executive officer has in pursuance to an order of the said court executed a transfer in favour of Joseph M. Njerenga, and whereas all efforts made to compel the registered proprietor to surrender the land title deed issued in respect of the said piece of land to the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of transfer and issue a land title deed to the said Joseph M. Njerenga, and upon such registration the title deed issued earlier to the said Njeru Kibue, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

M. W. KARIUKI,

MR/4766685                                  Land Registrar, Embu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3449

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Mary Wanjuki Kithaka, of Embu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 1.04 hectares or thereabout, known as Kagaari/Kigaa/6594, situate in the district of Embu, and whereas the resident magistrate’s court at Runyenjes in civil suit No. 29 of 2011, has ordered that the said piece of land be registered in the name of Margaret Runji Njiru, of Embu, and whereas all efforts made to compel the registered proprietor to surrender the land title deed issued in respect of the said piece of land to the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of transfer and issue a land title deed to the said Margaret Runji Njiru, and upon such registration the title deed issued earlier to the said Mary Wanjuki Kithaka, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. MUNGUTI,

MR/4766812                                  Land Registrar, Embu District.


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Gazette Notice No. 3450

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

Registration of Instrument

WHEREAS Muchai Mukoma (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 4.9 acres or thereabout, known as Limuru/Kamirithu/540, situate in the district of Kiambu, and whereas the senior principal magistrate’s court at Limuru in succession No. 48 of 2011, has issued grant of letters of administration to John Wakahiu Muchai, and whereas the title deed issued earlier to the said Muchai Mukoma (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Muchai Mukoma (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

E. W. BABU,

MR/4766701   Land Registrar, Kiambu District


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3451

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Ndegwa Kaguongo alias Zakayo Ndegwa (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 1.49 hectares or thereabout, known as LOC. 1/Kiunyu/79, situate in the district of Thika, and whereas the chief magistrate’s court at Thika in succession cause No. 529 of 2012, has issued grant of letters of administration to John Kariuki Ndegwa, and whereas the title deed issued earlier to the said Ndegwa Kaguongo alias Zakayo Ndegwa (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Ndegwa Kaguongo alias Zakayo Ndegwa (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. K. NJOROGE,

MR/4944750                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3452

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Samuel Omondi Odhiambo (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 0.0800 hectare or thereabouts, known as Thika Municipality/Block 24/1540, situate in the district of Thika, and whereas the chief magistrate’s court at Thika in succession No. 521 of 2013, has issued grant of letters of administration to (1) Philip Apollo Otieno Musyimi and (2) Samantha Achieng Mwikali, and whereas the title deed issued earlier to the said Samuel Omondi Odhiambo (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Samuel Omondi Odhiambo (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. K. NJOROGE,

MR/4766627                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3453

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Patrisia Adiego Omulo, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 1.56 hectares or thereabout, known as Siaya/Bar Olengo/998, situate in the district of Siaya, and whereas the Chief Land Registrar in implementation of the Minister’s decision on appeal under Sec. 29 of the Land Adjudication Act Cap 284 Sec. 29 (3) b has ordered that the said title be registered in the name of Owor Nyaturo Ndori (deceased), notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the registration of the said implementation, and upon such registration the title deed issued earlier to the said Patrisia Adiego Omulo, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. A. OWEYA,

MR/4766719                                  Land Registrar, Siaya District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3454

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Julius Ahenda Otiato, of P.O. Box 139, Siaya in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 0.91 hectare or thereabouts, known as East Alego/Nyandiwa/2074, situate in the district of Siaya, and whereas the High Court at Kisumu in M.S.C. civil app. No. 382 of 2009 has quashed the award of Siaya District Land Tribunal and consented the decision of the elders, and whereas all efforts made to recover the land title issued thereof by the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the registration of the said implementation, and upon such registration the title deed issued earlier to the said Julius Ahenda Otiato, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect, and a new title deed issued to Joseph Omondi Siro.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

P. A. OWEYA,

MR/4944749                                  Land Registrar, Siaya District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3455

THE REGISTERED LAND ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Wamugunda Kabiru, is the registered proprietor of that piece of land known as Daiga/Umande Block 4/754 (Nyariginu), situate in Laikipia District, and whereas sufficient evidence adduced proves that the said land title was fraudulently acquired, and whereas all efforts made to compel the registered proprietor to surrender the said land title for cancellation have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received, I intend to dispense with production of the said land title deed and give a new title deed to the rightful owner, Samson Ngure Gikandi, and upon such publication the land title issued earlier shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

B. W. MWAI,

MR/4766556                              Land Registrar, Laikipia District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3456

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Mwikali Kioko (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land known as Mwala/Myanyani/606, situate in the district of Machakos, and whereas the High Court at Machakos in succession cause No. 39 of 1987, has ordered that the said piece of land be transferred to  (1) Stella Kalendi Mutuku and (2) David Mulilya Muinde, of P.O. Box 35, Mwala, and whereas (1) Stella Kalendi Mutuku and (2) David Mulilya Muinde have executed a transfer by personal representative in their favour, and whereas all efforts made to compel the registered proprietor to surrender the land title deed issued in respect of the said piece of land to the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of transfer and issue a land title deed to the said (1) Stella Kalendi Mutuku and (2) David Mulilya Muinde, and upon such registration the title deed issued earlier to the said Mwikali Kioko (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

N. N. MUTISO,

MR/4766704   Land Registrar, Machakos District


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3457

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Solomon Tobiko Mosoonko, of P.O. Box 177–00242, Kitengela in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land known as Kajiado/Kitengela/38016, situate in the district of Kajiado, and whereas the principal magistrate’s court at Kajiado in civil suit No. 32 of 2012, has ordered that the said piece of land be transferred to Maria Ntinayiai Leseyio, of P.O. Box 177–00242, Kitengela, and whereas the executive officer of the court has in pursuance to an order of the said court executed a transfer of the said piece of land in favour of Maria Ntinayiai Leseyio, of P.O. Box 177–00242, Kitengela, and whereas all efforts made to compel the registered proprietor to surrender the land title deed issued in respect of the said piece of land to the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of transfer and issue a land title deed to the said Maria Ntinayiai Leseyio, and upon such registration the title deed issued earlier to the said Solomon Tobiko Mosoonko, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. WAMBUA,

MR/4766837                              Land Registrar, Kajiado District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3458

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(NO. 3 OF 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Solomon Tobiko Mosoonko, of P.O. Box 177–00242, Kitengela in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land known as Kajiado/Kitengela/38015, situate in the district of Kajiado, and whereas the principal magistrate’s court at Kajiado in civil suit No. 32 of 2012, has ordered that the said piece of land be transferred to Maria Ntinayiai Leseyio, of P.O. Box 177–00242, Kitengela, and whereas the executive officer of the court has in pursuance to an order of the said court executed a transfer of the said piece of land in favour of Maria Ntinayiai Leseyio, of P.O. Box 177–00242, Kitengela, and whereas all efforts made to compel the registered proprietor to surrender the land title deed issued in respect of the said piece of land to the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of transfer and issue a land title deed to the said Maria Ntinayiai Leseyio, and upon such registration the title deed issued earlier to the said Solomon Tobiko Mosoonko, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 23rd May, 2014.

J. M. WAMBUA,

MR/4766837                              Land Registrar, Kajiado District.

 


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3459

THE CIVIL AVIATION ACT

 (NO. 21 OF 2013)

THE KENYA CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY

APPLICATIONS FOR VARIATION OR ISSUE OF AIR SERVICE LICENCES

PURSUANT to the provisions of the Civil Aviation  Act (No. 21 of 2013) and the Licensing of Air Services Regulations, 2009 (Regulation 25), notice is given that the applicants whose particulars are specified in the first column of the schedule below have applied for various air service licences. The particulars of the applications are specified in the second column and the duration required for the licence is in the third column.

Any representation in favour or against any application should be made in writing to the Director General, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, P.O. Box 30163–00100, Fax: 254-20-822300, Nairobi, so as to reach the Authority within twenty-one (21) days from the date of publication of this notice. Such representation should be sent by the person making it to the applicant by registered mail at the same time it is sent to the Authority.

Schedule

 

Name and Address of Applicant

Type of Service Applied for

Duration

1.

Air France Cargo

P.O. Box 30159 – 00100

NAIROBI

International non-scheduled air cargo service on the routes

(i)       Paris/Djibouti/Re Union/Antananarivo/Nairobi/Paris

(ii)     Paris/Cairo/Re Union/Antananarivo/Nairobi/Paris

using aircraft B777 without traffic rights between Nairobi and Cairo/Djibouti/St. Denis/Antananarivo  based in Paris, France.

 

With immediate effect

2.

Nordic Global Airlines Limited

Helsinki-Vantaa Airport

Tecknikontie 5

01530 Vantaa, Finland

 

International non-scheduled air cargo service on the route Helsinki/Ostend/Lagos/Nairobi/Ostend/Maastricht/Manston/ Stansted/Helsinki with routing rights from Malabo/Douala /Kinshasa/Ndjamena/Libreville/Luanda/Johannesburg/Pointe Noire/ with a technical stop in Cairo using aircraft MD11F based at Helsinki Finland.

 

With immediate effect

3.

Cargolux Airlines International S.A.

Luxembourg Airport

L-2990 Luxembourg

International non-scheduled air cargo service on the routes:-

(i)       Luxembourg/Libreville/Brazaville/Nairobi/Stansted/Amsterdam/ Luxembourg

(ii)     Luxembourg/Lagos/Port Harcourt/Kinshasa/Nairobi/ /Luxembourg

(iii)      Luxembourg/Tripoli/Johannesburg/Nairobi/Maastricht/ Luxembourg

(iv)      Luxembourg/Kinshasa/Nairobi/Stansted/Luxembourg

(v)     Luxembourg/Lagos/Libreville/Nairobi/Stansted/ Luxembourg

(vi)      Luxembourg/Tripoli/Johannesburg/Nairobi/  Amsterdam/Malpensa/Luxembourg

(vii)  Luxembourg/Lagos/Johannesburg/Nairobi/Stansted/Maastricht/Luxembourg

Using aircraft B747 based at Luxembourg without traffic rights between  Johannesburg/Kinshasa/Tripoli/Lagos/Libreville/ Brazzaville /Port Harcourt/Stansted/Maastricht and Nairobi v.v.

 

With immediate effect

4.

Nomad Aviation Limited

P.O. Box 771

Usa River, Tanzania

(a)      International non-scheduled air service for passengers

(b)     International non-scheduled air service for cargo

between entry and exit points in Kenya and Tanzania using aircraft C208 based at Arusha, Tanzania.

 

With immediate effect

5.

Business Aircraft Management Limited

T/A Flex Air Charters

P.O. Box 3305 – 00506

NAIROBI

Variation of current air service licence to introduce domestic scheduled air service on the routes JKIA to/from Mombasa/Kisumu/Eldoret/Lamu using aircraft CRJ100 and CRJ200 based at JKIA

With immediate effect

6.

Phoenix Aviation Limited

P.O. Box 49493 – 00100

NAIROBI

 

Variation of current air service licence to include non-scheduled air cargo service and Asia in the geographical scope for operations using aircraft  C208, BE20, BE300, C550, C560, MD83 and AS350 based at JKIA and Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

7.

 

Luca Safari Limited

P.O Box 236 – 90129

Mtito Andei

Non scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from East Africa using aircraft C206  based at Wilson Airport and Campi ya Kanzi

 

With immediate effect

8.

West Rift Aviation

P.O. Box 60091 – 00200

NAIROBI

Flying instructions within Kenya using aircraft C172,PA28, C152, based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

9.

African Express Airways (K) Limited

P.O. Box 19202 – 00501

NAIROBI

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from points in Africa/Middle East/Europe/Asia

(b)     Domestic scheduled air service on the route Nairobi/ Mombasa/Nairobi

(c)      International scheduled air service as per designation by the  Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure.

Using aircraft MD82, DC9, CRJ200 and EMB120 based at JKIA

 

With immediate effect

10.

Safarilink Aviation Limited

P.O. Box 5616 – 00506

NAIROBI

(a)      Domestic scheduled air service on the routes:-

(i)       Wilson to/from Naivasha (Loldia)/Elementaita/Masai Mara/Migori

(ii)     Wilson to/from Tsavo (Kilaguni or Finch Hatton or Oldonyo Waus or Voi)/Amboseli

(iii)     Wilson to/from Nanyuki/Samburu/Lewa Downs/ Loisaba/Shaba/Masai Mara

(iv)    Wilson to/from Ukunda/Masai Mara/Vipingo/Kiwayu/ Malindi/Lamu

(v)     Wilson to/from Eldoret/Kitale/Lokichar/Lodwar

(b)     Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from neighbouring countries

(c)      International scheduled air service as per designation by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

Using aircraft C208, DHC8 and DHC6 based at JKIA, Wilson Airport and Moi Airport Mombasa

 

With immediate effect

11.

East African Air Charters Limited

P.O. Box 42730 – 00100

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from points in Africa using aircraft C208,C206, C406, C550, C182 and C210 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

12.

Yellow Wings Air Services Limited

P.O. Box 4714 – 00506

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from East Africa using aircraft C182, C206 and C208 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

13.

AMREF Flying Doctors

P.O. Box 18617 – 00500

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from Africa and rest of the world using aircraft C208, BE20 based at Wilson Airport. Operations limited to emergency, medical evacuation, aero medical and humanitarian medical outreach programs.

With immediate effect

14.

Planes for Africa Limited

P.O. Box 4393 – 00506

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from East/Central/Southern Africa using aircraft HS748, FK27 MK050 and C208 based at Wilson Airport, Lokichoggio and Moi Airport Mombasa.

 

With immediate effect

15.

Renegade Air Limited

P.O. Box 1167 – 00621

NAIROBI

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from points in Africa/Middle East using aircraft FK50, DHC8, C210, Bell 206, Bell407 and AS350

(b)     Domestic scheduled air service on the routes

(i)       Nairobi/Meru(Gaitu)/Isiolo v.v.

(ii)     Nairobi/Ukunda/Nairobi

Using aircraft FK50 and DHC8,

(c)      Aerial work service within Kenya and in Africa using aircraft Bell206, Bell407,AS350 and C210

all based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

16.

Wild Wind Safaris Limited

P.O. Box 34147 – 00100

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers within Oloisukut conservancy using hot air balloon type Lindstrand based at Oloisukut in Masai Mara.

With immediate effect

17.

Skyward Express Limited

P.O. Box 26314 – 00100

NAIROBI

(a)      Domestic scheduled air service  on the route JKIA/Wilson Airport to/from Eldoret/Mombasa/Wajir/Kisumu/Marsabit/ Mandera/Lodwar/Lokichoggio/Garissa/Daadab/Moyale

(b)     Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from Eastern/Central/Southern/ North Africa and Middle East

(c)      International scheduled air service on the route Nairobi/Juba/Nairobi subject to designation by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

Using aircraft FK50, FK100, DHC8, BE1900, PA34 and C182 based at JKIA and Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

18.

Imatong Airlines Limited

P.O. Box 35384 – 00200

NAIROBI

 

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and cargo within/out of/into Kenya to/from points in Africa

(b)     Domestic scheduled air service on the routes:

(i)        Nairobi to/from Mombasa/Kisumu/Eldoret

(ii)     Nairobi/Malindi/Lamu v.v.

Using aircraft EMB120, B1900, EMB145, EMB135, HS748 and CRJ100 based at JKIA and Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

19.

Transafrican Air Limited

P.O. Box 19131  - 00501

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from points in Africa/Middle East/Europe/Asia using aircraft C172, DC8, C208, FK27, B727 and B737 based at JKIA and Moi International Airport, Mombasa

 

With immediate effect

20.

Advantage Air Travel Limited

P.O. Box 50339 – 00100

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and cargo within/out of/into Kenya to/from points in Africa/Middle East/ using aircraft FK50, CRJ100 and CRJ200 based at JKIA

 

With immediate effect

21.

Kenya Wildlife Service

P.O. Box 54582 – 00200

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers within Kenya using aircraft C208, C182, BELL206 and BELL407 based at Wilson Airport. Operations limited to Sibiloi, Malka Mari and Marsabit National Park from the base.

 

With immediate effect

 

 

22.

Bush Air Safaris Limited

P.O. Box 5646 - 00506

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and cargo  within/out of/into Kenya to/from Eastern Africa using aircraft using aircraft C206, C210, BE58, C208 and Siai Marchetti based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

23.

Standards Aviation Limited

P.O. Box 1255 – 00200

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and cargo within/out of/into Kenya to/from East Africa using aircraft C172 based at Wilson Airport

With immediate effect

24.

Valentine Air Services Limited

P.O. Box 53521 – 00200

NAIROBI

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight  within/out of/into Kenya to/from East/Central Africa

(b)     Flying instructions within Kenya

using Aircraft C172, C208 and BE58 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

25.

Aerospace Consortium Limited

P.O. Box 5400 – 00506

NAIROBI

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and cargo within/out of/into Kenya to/from points in Africa/Europe/Middle East/Asia/Far East

(b)     Domestic scheduled air service on the route Nairobi to/from Mombasa/ Kisumu/Eldoret

(c)      International scheduled air service Nairobi to/from Juba/Entebbe/Dar es Salaam/ Zanzibar/ Mwanza /Kigali/ Bujumbura/Mogadishu/Hargeisa/Kismayu subject to designation by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

using aircraft DC10, MD11, DC9 and B737 based at JKIA

 

With immediate effect

26.

Kijipwa Aviation Limited

P.O. 10030 – 80101

MOMBASA

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out to/from Eastern Africa

(b)     Flying instructions within Kenya

(c)      Aerial work service within Kenya

(d)     Self fly hire within Kenya

Using aircraft C172 based at Kijipwa

 

With immediate effect

27.

Silverstone Air Service Limited

P.O. Box 11973 – 00100

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from Eastern/Central Africa using aircraft C208 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

28.

Jubba Airways Limited

P.O. Box 10718 – 00100

NAIROBI

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from Africa/Middle East/Far East

(b)     Domestic scheduled air service on the routes JKIA to/from Mombasa/Kisumu/Eldoret

(c)      Variation of current international scheduled air service licence to include the routes:

(i)       Nairobi-Tel Aviv – Nairobi

(ii)     Nairobi-Dar es Salaam-Nairobi

(iii)     Nairobi-Juba-Nairobi

subject to designation by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

using aircraft B737, CRJ100, CRJ200 and FK50 based at JKIA

 

With immediate effect

29.

Skyward International Aviation Limited

P.O. Box 3101 – 00506

NAIROBI

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from East, Southern, Central Africa/Middle East

(b)     Domestic scheduled air service on the route JKIA/Wilson to/from Eldoret/Mombasa/Wajir/ Mandera-Moyale/Marsabit-Moyale/Mandera-Wajir

Using aircraft FK50 and FK100 based at JKIA and Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

30.

Lady Lori (K) Limited

P.O. Box 1687-00502

NAIROBI

(a)      Variation of current air service licence to introduce domestic scheduled air service on the route Nairobi/Mombasa/ Nairobi using aircraft A320 based at JKIA

(b)     International scheduled air service on the routes:-

(i)       Nairobi/Dar es Salaam/Nairobi

(ii)     Nairobi/Juba/Nairobi

(iii)    Nairobi/Kigali/Nairobi

(iv)    Nairobi/Entebbe/Nairobi

(v)     Nairobi/Maputo/Nairobi

(vi)    Nairobi/Lusaka/Nairobi

subject to designation by Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure

 Using aircraft A320 based at JKIA.

 

With immediate effect

31.

Albatross Aviation Limited

P.O. Box 63772 – 00619

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from Eastern/Central Africa using aircraft C208 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

32.

Aerowing Aviation Limited

P.O. Box 504 – 00517

NAIROBI

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and freight within/out of/into Kenya to/from East and Central Africa

(b)     Flying instructions within Kenya

(c)      Aerial work service within Kenya/East Africa

Using aircraft PA44 and C206 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

33.

Aushaanair Limited

P.O. Box 4704-00506

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers, cargo and mail within/out of/into Kenya to/from Africa and Middle East using aircraft FK50 based at JKIA and Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

34.

Rudufu Limited

P.O. Box 21488-00505

NAIROBI

Non-scheduled air service for passengers and cargo within/out of/into Kenya to/from East/Central/Horn of Africa using aircraft FK50 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

35.

Capital Connect Aviation Supplies Limited

P.O. Box 4197 – 01

THIKA

(a)      Non-scheduled air service for passengers and cargo within/out of/into Kenya to/from East Africa

(b)     Flying instructions within Kenya

Using aircraft C172 based at Wilson Airport

 

With immediate effect

Dated the 19th May, 2014.

JOE MUTUNGI,

for Director-General.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3460

THE KENYA SCHOOL OF LAW ACT

(NO. 26 OF 2012)

THE ADVOCATES ACT

(CAP. 16)

PUPILAGE AND PASSING OF EXAMINATIONS

PURSUANT to section 19 and 20 of the Kenya School of Law Act (No. 26 of 2012) of the laws of Kenya, it is notified that the following 25 (twenty-five) persons:

Adm. No.

Name

2008133

Kimathi Benjamin Kithaka

2008190

Lukela Getrude Mabele

2009311

Mburu Simon Mungunu

2009429

Mwangi Toddy Thairu

2009588

Onyango Ann Atieno

2009606

Ouma Collins Mbanda Odongo

2010311

Mwai  Caroline  Nyokabi

2010403

Cheruiyot  Elizabeth  Chepkosgei

2011153

Kaniaru Wangui Wacieni

2011375

Muthoka Dennis Leo

2011378

Muthura Gladys Wangui

2011394

Mwalimu Charles Mathuva

2011505

Nyonje Rosebella Atieno

2011876

Onkendi Kelvin

20120045

Anjarwalla Nadeem

20120188

John Mercy Mumo

20120219

Kamande Caroline Njoki

20120327

Kimathi Jackson Waigera

20120467

Masinde Victor

20120635

Mutegi Paul John Murimi

20120715

Nalo Beryl Zoraima

20120885

Okelo Veronica Achieng

20120918

Omondi Dorothy Akinyi

20121112

Wangari Jackson Macharia Githu

20121126

Wanyoike Thomas Mwaura

have complied with the provisions of section 13 of the Advocates Act, Cap. 16 of the Laws of Kenya as to pupilage and passing of examinations subject to such exemptions as may have been granted under subsection (2) of the section.

Dated the 8th May, 2014.

P. L. O. LUMUMBA,

Director/Chief Executive and

MR/4766673           Secretary, Kenya School of Law Board.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3461

THE INSURANCE ACT

(CAP. 487)

IN THE MATTER OF BLUE SHIELD INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(UNDER STATUTORY MANAGEMENT)

EXTENSION OF THE MORATORIUM

PURSUANT to the application of the Commissioner of Insurance in exercise of his powers conferred under section 67 C (3) of the Insurance Act, and to the Orders of the Court subsequently issued on the 9th May, 2014, the period of Statutory Management was extended further upto 4th July, 2014.

Now take further notice that in exercise of powers conferred by section 67 C (10) of the Insurance Act, the Statutory Manager extends the Moratorium on payments by the said Insurer to its Policyholders and all other Creditors, declared on 28th March, 2014 up to the 4th July, 2014 in conformity with the Statutory Management Period.

Dated the 9th May, 2014.

ELIUD MUCHOKI MURIITHI,

MR/4766845                                                   Statutory Manager.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3462

THE WATER ACT

(NO. 8 OF 2002)

MURANG’A WATER AND SANITATION COMPANY (MUWASCO)

WATER TARIFF ADJUSTMENT

THE Water Services Regulatory Board (WASREB) has approved justified water tariff for implementation by Murang’a Water and Sanitation Company in line with Section73 (5) of the Water Act 2002.

By extension therefore, Tana Water Services Board (TWSB) gives a one month notice to all existing and potential water customers of Murang’a Water and Sanitation Company that the tariffs have been adjusted as per the Service Provision Agreement between TWSB and Murang’a Water and Sanitation Company as approved by WASREB.

1.0 Water Tariff Structure for the period 2014/2015 and 2015/2016

Type of customer

Approved Tariff (KSh./m3)

Residential /Government institutions

 

Consumption Block(m3)

 

0-6

Fixed Charge KSh. 330

7-20

70

21-50

90

51-100

100

101-300

110

300 and above

135

Commercial/Industrial

 

Consumption block(m3)

 

0-6

Fixed Charge KSh.330

7-20

70

21-50

90

51-100

100

101-300

110

300 and above

135

 

 

Public schools, Colleges and Universities

 

Consumption block(m3)

 

0-600

70

601 -1200

90

1200 and above

100

 

 

Water Kiosks/Standpipes

 

Bulk sale

35

Resale at Water Kiosk/20 litres

KSh. 2

1.1   Sewerage Tariff

(a)    Sewerage is charged at 75% of the water billed for all customers

(b)   Disconnected water accounts shall be charged based on the average of the last three months’ sewer charges before the disconnection.

(c)    Customers with no water connection:

(i)    Domestic Customers, Government and Schools.: flat rate of Kshs. 300 per month

(ii)   Commercial customers: 75% of volume of water used as per the metered source of water.

2.0 Miscellaneous Charges

2.1 Meter Rent per Month

Meter rent

Size (Inches)

Approved (KSh.)

½

50

¾

50

1

250

1 ½ 

250

2

250

2 ½

450

3

450

4

800

>4

1,500

2.2 Deposits

Water Deposit

Connection Type

Approved  (KSh.)

Domestic customer (single dwelling)

1,500

Domestic customer (single connection serving more than one single dwelling including flats) consuming more than 200m3

10,000

Water Kiosks where anticipated monthly consumption is:

 

Less than 50m3

1,000

Between 50m3 and 100m3

2,000

Between 100m3 and 150m3

2,500

More than 150m3

3,000

Retail shops, workshops and offices consuming more than 10m3

3,000

Bar, restaurant and lodgings more than 15m3

5,000

Hotel class “A” and “B” less than 150m3

10,000

Hotel class “C” and ‘’D’’ more than 150m3

15,000

Hospitals more than 150m3

20,000

Minor construction site (temporary connection) less than 200m3

10,000

Large construction site (temporary connection) more than 200m3

50,000

Light industries less than 200m3

10,000

Medium industries between 200m3and 300m3

15,000

Heavy industries more than 300m3

20,000

Health centres/dispensaries less than 150m3

5,000

Schools/colleges/other institutions more than 200m3

10,000

Schools less than 200m3

5,000

Topping up of consumer deposit after disconnection based on actual average consumption for domestic consumers

The actual cost subject to a minimum of 2,500

2.3 Other Charges

Service

Approved (KSh.)

For special reading of a meter

200

For cutting off supply at the request of customer

200

For turning on supply otherwise than in respect of a first connection

200

For turning on supply after disconnection for non-payment

500

Water Bowser (own transport) per m3

180

Water Bowser by WSP

2,500

For testing a meter at the request of the consumer where it is not found to register incorrectly to any degree exceeding 5%

The actual cost subject to a minimum of   500

Exhauster Service (Company Exhauster)

5,000 for other customers and  4,000 for informal settlements

Private Exhausters

(Dumping into the company’s sewer system)

15,000 per truck per month

 

 

Penalties

Approved (KSh.)

Self reconnection after cut off for non payment

5,000  and billing to be backdated from date of cut off

Surcharge for illegal connection-Domestic

10,000  and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection- Commercial/ school/college/ hospital

40,000  and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-Construction site

100,000  and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection- Industry

500,000 and regularise connection

Illegal connection Sewerage

Charges equal to those of illegal connection of water per category

Surcharge for tampering with meters (this to include meter removal, reversing of meter, etc)

5,000

Surcharge for direct suction of water from the supply line using a pump

10,000

Surcharge for meter loss or damage

Cost of meter

3.0 Analysis of Cost Structure

Below is the summary of the cost structure that makes up the total costs incurred by MUWASCO:

Expenditure Item

2014/15

2015/16

Operations (Million Kshs)

75.27

79.91

Maintenance  (Million Kshs)

10.93

11.48

Regulatory Levy (Million Kshs)

1.59

1.92

WSB Administrative Fees (Million Kshs)

14.39

17.08

Minor Investments (Million Kshs)

18.55

24.32

Loan Repayment (Million Kshs)

25.41

24.96

Total Costs (Million Kshs)

146.13

159.66

Projected Revenue (Million Kshs)

151

182

Total Cost Coverage (%)

103%

114%

4.0 Conditions attached to the tariff approval

(i) ALL the parties concerned should further take note that the newly proposed tariff was approved on condition that all the assumptions made in the tariff projections shall be monitored and MUWASCO shall be expected to meet the targets below:

Target

2014/15

2015/16

Water Coverage (%)

75%

80%

Water quality standards (%)

100% compliance with the quality standards

Non Revenue Water (%)

33

26

Hours of Supply (Hrs)

22

23

Staff per 1000 connections

6

6

Metering ratio (%)

95

100

Collection Efficiency (%)

95.00

95.00

Resale at Kiosk

Regulate resale by kiosk vendors at Kshs 2 per 20-litres. Tariffs at kiosks must be displayed at strategic points for public awareness

(ii)   Licensee Administrative Fee : In recognition that this is the transition period and the licensee administrative fee may cease to be paid on enactment of the Water Bill, 2014, the item of licensee administrative levy shall on notice by WASREB be struck out  from the tariff structure and the  tariffs payable by consumers shall be adjusted to reflect this.

(iii)  Performance Evaluation: Performance targets to be met and ascertained by WASREB, at the end of the 1st year of the tariff period. Non achievement of the set targets without justifiable cause shall lead to penalty.

(iv)  Loan Repayment:

MUWASCO shall immediately establish a standing order with TWSB where it shall remit on a monthly basis, equal installments loan repayments.

 

 

FY 14/15

FY 15/16

Annual cumulative loan repayment (Million KSh.)

25.41

24.96

 

(i)   Regulatory Levy: the WSP shall remit the regulatory levy on monthly basis being 1% of the billing as per Legal Notice No. 36 of 2008.

MOSES M. NAIVASHA,

Chief Executive Officer,

Tana Water Services Board (TWSB).

Approved by:

ROBERT GAKUBIA,

Chief Executive Officer,

MR/5021536           Water Services Regulatory Board (WASREB.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3463

THE PHYSICAL PLANNING ACT

(CAP. 286)

COMPLETION OF PART DEVELOPMENT PLAN

(PDP 12/2/CT/2014/1 FOR EXISTING RESIDENTIAL PLOT)

NOTICE is given that the above-mentioned development plan was on 16th April, 2014, completed.

The plan relates to land situated within Mombasa Island.

A copy of the part development plan as prepared has been deposited for public inspection at the offices of County Physical Planning Officer, at Bima Tower Annex.

The copy so deposited is available for inspection free of charge by all persons interested at offices of County Physical Planning Officer, at Bima Tower Annex, between the hours of 7.45. a.m. to 4.30 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Any interested person who wishes to make any representation in connection with or objection to the above-named part development plan may send such representations or objections in writing to be received by the District Physical Planning Officer, P.O. Box 83876–80100, Mombasa, within sixty (60) days from the date of publication of this notice and such representation or objection shall state the grounds on which it is made.

Dated the 12th May, 2014.

M. NTABO,

MR/5021530                            for Director of Physical Planning.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3346

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED MIXED USE DEVELOPMENT ON PLOTS LR NO. 29173, 7785 / 345 AND 7785 / 352 IN RUNDA, NAIROBI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (The Grove Limited) is proposing to develop a mixed use complex with a boutique hotel, a retail centre and office block on  L.R. Nos. 29173, 7785/345 and 7785/382 situated in Runda (Northern Bypass) in Nairobi County.

The proponent proposes to develop a commercial centre that will have a 200 bed residential hotel comprising 14,223 square meters, a retail centre comprising 5,192 square meters on two floors and a basement parking for sixty one (61) vehicles and over-ground parking for ninety two (92) vehicles with outdoor seating, a four floor office block with a total area of 14,266 square meters having 8 offices per floor and a basement parking, and over-ground parking for four hundred (400) vehicles. Total parking in the complex will be for seven hundred and thirty six (736) vehicles. The hotel and the office blocks will have lifts to cater for the upper floors.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Potential Impacts

Mitigation Measure

Construction phase

Dust

  • Water sprinkling of the ground.
  • Regular water addition to unpaved roads to be used by trucks.
  • Control the speed and movement of construction vehicles.

Noise

  • Restrict construction activities to day time hours.
  • Machines should be serviced to reduce on noise.

Destruction of the physical environment

  • Landscaping and replanting that will blend with the environment.
  • Levelling of soils at the end of earth works.
  • Proper disposal of the excavated soils.

Health and safety Hazards

  • Document emergency response procedures.
  • Use of suitable personal protective equipment (PPEs).
  • Use of stable ladders and other climbing/ support structures that have been  tested and approved.
  • Train the construction workers on safety measures.
  • Fencing/covering of risky areas such as deep pits.
  • Safety signage to be put up before commencement of works.

Contamination of water Resources by sewage

  • Provision of sanitary facilities for the construction staff.
  • Installation of adequate water supply

Increase in traffic flow

  • Put up adequate road traffic signage.
  • Temporary access from the Northern bypass.

Fire hazards and accidents

  • Install fire fighting facilities during both the construction and operation phases.
  • Sensitize workers on fire safety during all project phases.
  • First aid box to be kept on site as well as training on its use.
  • Conduct fire drills to test preparedness of staff.

Operation phase

Destruction of the physical environment

  • Site landscaping and planting of tree belts to prevent soil erosion and to reduce wind velocity.

Indiscriminate disposal of solid waste

  • Provision of adequate number of solid waste containers.
  • Contract a licensed solid waste transporter.

Disposal of liquid waste

  • Connect to the sewerage system.

Increase in traffic flow

  • Put up adequate road traffic signage.

Storm water

  • In consultation with other developers provide adequate measures to channel storm waters to storm water drains.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

SALOME MACHUA,

for Director-General,

MR/4766660              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3347

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED ALUMINIUM BEVERAGE CAN FACTORY ON PLOT LR NO. KJD/ KAPUTIEI-SOUTH/ 3875, ENORETET VILLAGE WITHIN SULTAN HAMUD AREA OF NKAMA LOCATION, KENYEWA DIVISION OF MASHURU SUB- COUNTY IN KAJIADO COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (GZ Industries Kenya Limited) is proposing to set up an Aluminium Beverage Can Factory on Plot LR No. KJD/ KAPUTIEI-SOUTH/ 3875, about 6 kilometres past Sultan Hamud Town in Enoretet Village within Sultan Hamud area of Nkama Location, Kenyewa Division of Mashuru Sub- County in Kajiado County

The project will encompass the following: production / factory plant, accommodation and recreational facilities; a dinning/ kitchen facilities, an office block, changing rooms, clinic, gate houses, road works and storm water drainage facilities, perimeter wall / fence, external service utility areas (diesel storage, LPG storage, compressor/ vacuum pumps, cooling towers etc.), external walkways and landscaping, waste water treatment facility.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Soil erosion

  • Proper planning of site clearing or disturbance of the natural vegetation.
  • Isolated sites with installations and frequent human presence that require re-vegetation will be surrounded by less palatable native species to act as plant screens and make less attractive to foraging wildlife.
  • Wash areas shall be placed and constructed in such a manner so as to ensure that the surrounding areas (including groundwater) are not polluted.

Air quality

  • Provide personnel with Personal Protective Equipment & Clothing (PPE&C) such as dust masks, boots among others. Mechanism should be put in place to ensure PPE&C are specific for the activities at hand and are always worn within the project sites;
  • The stockpiles of earth generated during construction works, unpaved access roads and areas used for handling fine construction materials should be palliated with water regularly in order to suppressed evolution of particles;
  • All machinery and equipment should be maintained in good working condition in order to minimise emissions to acceptable standards;
  • Train construction and delivery trucks drivers on pre-cautionary measures that enable curb emissions for example advise on techniques to reduce dust evolution especially when driving in areas of dense human settlement or nearing the project site to avoid creating dusty conditions; techniques to conserve fuel and reduce emission by switching off the engines when vehicles are idling;
  • Construction trucks delivering materials to site should be covered in order to minimise spread of fugitive emissions to the surrounding areas;
  • No burning of materials should be permitted at the project site;
  • Use clean energy to fuel project vehicles, equipments and machines in order to reduce air pollutants

Risk of leaks and spill

  • Conduct regular maintenance of site equipment and machinery to ensure leakages are controlled or detected early;
  • Project vehicles and equipment should be serviced according to manufacturer’s requirements to limit release of exhaust emissions;
  • Investigate the possibility of fitting catalytic converters in machines with engines so as to convert harmful substance in the exhaust fumes to less harmful substances;
  • Safety procedures for fuel storage and re-fuelling should be well understood and implemented by site staff; and oil residuals including waste oil,lubricants, used filters, should be carefully collected and stored for safe disposal, in order to prevent spillover effects of contaminant hydrocarbons into storm water or groundwater resources;
  • Protect project area from fire by posting warning signs in area where hydrocarbon fuels are used;
  • Observe the requirements of the emission control regulations

Occupational health and safety issues

  • Ensure the working hours are controlled and that employees are not allowed to extend the working hours beyond an acceptable limit for purposes of gaining extra pay;
  • Ensure that all construction works close to existing infrastructure is supervised from the relevant authorities to guide activities such as excavation near the oil pipeline and railway line;
  • Ensure that ALL requirements as stated by KPC approval are adhered to at all phases of the project development;
  • Educate community, visitors and employees (both direct and indirect) against interfering with KPC infrastructure for example pipelines; and
  • Ensure appropriate road safety signages are strategically placed and drivers adhere to the requirements of such signage;
  • Erect speed breaks where human and vehicular traffic have high interaction opportunities;
  • Avoid activities likely to activate mudslides or rockfalls when working in steep areas for example avoid pouring excess water in muddy areas or steep slopes with soil; and

Noise and vibration

  • Conduct periodic noise measuring and monitoring to determine levels and extent of harmful noise;
  • Clearly label the high noise areas.
  • Provide PPE (hearing protection) to persons operating within or visit identified high noise areas;
  • In order to meet noise level requirements, the works equipments should be equipped with standard noise attenuation features. Machines that exceed acceptable noise limits should be equipped with silencers or lagging materials or specially designed acoustic enclosures;
  • Inform local residents when construction activities are likely to generate excessive noise in order to minimize disruption to local residents;
  • Sensitise truck drivers to switch off engines while offloading materials; to avoid gunning vehicle engines or hooting especially when passing through sensitive areas such as churches, schools, residential areas and hospitals.

Pollution

  • The management should ensure that solid waste is collected in a centrally placed area and the person responsible for collecting the waste is licensed by NEMA and the County Government of Kajiado to collect and dispose of waste.
  • The management should ensure that liquid waste from the proposed site is directed to the appropriate drains to the proposed waste water treatment works and further back to the natural water drains from Mashuru hills (to the south west of the proposed project site).

Traffic Management

  • The management team should seek relevant approvals from the Ministry of Roads/ Kenya National Highways Authority (KENHA) who may then advice on the creation of an access entrance so as to reduce traffic congestion on the main highway;
  • The management should assign personnel to be in charge of traffic within the property/ factory premises in order to avoid traffic congestion within the property;
  • The possibility of communal modes of transport for employees should be explored.

Fire Management

  • Construct a band wall between the factory perimeter and the KPC oil pipe line to the north east of the proposed plot- to protect both the GZ Industries facilities and the KPC oil pipeline incase of a fire incident or accident;
  • Ensure that all persons on site where anti-static footwear and clothing to avoid any static ingnition;
  • Place portable fire extinguishers at suitable locations, according to the activities in the operation programme in conformity with the Factories and other Places of Work (Fire Risk Reduction) Rules, 2007;
  • Development of fire emergency procedures and pinning them up in a place where all workers can access them;
  • Training all staff on fire safety policy and procedures;
  • Allocating a fire assembly point;

Loss of livelihood

  • Provide earlier notice to all affected parties concerning the development;
  • Dismissal procedures should be compliant with the Employment Act, 2007;
  • Residence to be notified prior to any decommissioning of the proposed factory buildings and any other facility on site.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Kajiado County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

SALOME MACHUA,

for Director-General,

MR/4944934              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1282

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3348

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED PETROL STATION ON PLOT L.R NO. NAIVASHA PLOT 396/71 (PREVIOUSLY 396/28) ON MOI SOUTH LAKE ROAD,     NAIVASHA MUNICIPALITY OF NAKURU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Naivasha Health Park Limited) is proposing to construct a service station on plot L.R No. Naivasha Plot 396/71 (Previously 396/28) on Moi South Lake Road,     Naivasha Municipality of Nakuru County

The actual design components of the proposed Project include: Construction of a Petrol Station structure,construction of 12no. shops,construction of 74 Parking lots,a car wash, a Lube bay, tyre centre, convenience store, landscaped court, Sewage treatment plant,development of utilities (water, drainage, electricity etc).

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measures

Solid waste generation

  • Provide solid waste handling facilities such as waste bins and skips
  • Ensure that solid waste generated at the development is regularly disposed of appropriately at authorized dumping sites
  • Donate redundant but serviceable equipment to charities ad institutions

Sewage management

  • Provide adequate and safe means handling sewage generated at the Hotel

Energy consumption

  • Switch off electrical equipment, appliances and lights when not being used
  • Install occupation sensing lighting at various locations such as storage areas which are not in use all the time
  • Install energy saving fluorescent tubes at all lighting points within the proposed development instead of bulbs which consume higher electric energy
  • Monitor energy use during the operation of the project and set targets for efficient energy use
  • Sensitize the occupants to use energy efficiently

Air/Dust Pollution

  • Ensure strict enforcement of on-site speed limit regulations
  • Avoid excavation works in extremely dry weathers
  • Sprinkle water on graded access routes each day to reduce dust generation by construction vehicles.

Higher and Safety Risks

  • Implement all necessary measures to ensure health and safety of workers and the general public during operation of the Proposed Petrol Station project as stipulated in Factories and Other Places of Work Act Cap 514
  • Ensure the general safety and security at all times by providing day and night security guards and adequate lighting within and around the premises during night hours.

Run off and soil erosion

  • Create storm water management practices, such as piping systems or retention ponds or tanks, which can be carried over after the building is complete.
  • Apply soil erosion control measures such as leveling of the project site to reduce run-off velocity and increase infiltration of storm water into the soil.
  • Ensure that construction vehicles are restricted to existing graded roads to avoid soil compaction within the project site.

Noise pollution

  • Sensitize construction vehicle drives and machinery operators to switch off engines of vehicles or machinery not being used.
  • Sensitize construction drivers to avoid gunning of vehicle engines or hooting especially when passing through sensitive areas such as schools, residential areas and hospitals.
  • Ensure that construction machinery are kept in good condition to reduce noise generation
  • Ensure that all generators and heavy duty equipment are insulated or placed in enclosures to minimize ambient noise levels.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nakuru County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

SALOME MACHUA,

for Director-General,

MR/4730923              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1283

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3349

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED PETROL STATION ON PLOT NO. 1499 NAMANGA, OFF NAMANGA–NAIROBI ROAD IN KAJIADO COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Gulf Energy Limited) is proposing to construct a service station on plot L.R NO 1499 Namanga off Namanga – Nairobi Road in Kajiado County

The petrol service station will comprise of a an impermeable concrete surface under the canopy,a u-shaped drainage tunnel with a steel grill top,underground fuel tanks (30m3 diesel tank, 15m3 kerosene, 30m3 super petrol) ,three breather points,a Heavy duty covered man hole for each of the underground tanks,Station manager office and station sales office,a store ,Sanitary facilities both for ladies and gents ,a septic tank ,3 pit interceptor, ,Compressor and generator section,a steel canopy,ribbed concrete finish under the steel canopy ,2 pump isles,electronic fuel dispensers,associated piping work,fire assembly points,Entrance and exit

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Noise and Vibration levels

  • Barricading the area (erecting a boundary wall)
  • Construction activities to be conducted during the day.
  • Provision of appropriate Personal Protective equipment to protect workers from occupational noise
  • Regular maintenance of plants and equipment
  • Shutting down of engine vehicles when not in use to reduce on noise levels
  • Conducting of noise measurements from different positions within and outside the workplace to establish prevailing noise levels and recommending appropriate mitigation measures.

 Air pollution

  • Use of dump method to mitigate on dust by sprinkling water on areas to be excavated.
  • Soil compaction

Pressure on existing infrastructure i.e. roads, power, water among others

  • Erection of warning and informative signs. i.e. notices, bill boards at the site during the construction phase and traffic control along the connecting road. 

Contamination of the ground with oil and grease substances

  • Maintenance should be carried out at designated service bays to avoid contamination of environment by resultant oil and greases.

Oil leaks and spills

  • Regular inspection of underground tanks for leakages
  • Construction of a three pit oil interceptor tanks to separate oil from sludge.
  • Double walling of underground tanks to guard against leaks
  • Protecting the underground tanks with corrosion prevention materials
  • Prioritizing the upgrade of equipment and installation of existing facilities of a network after a defined age.
  • Careful siting of the project to ensure that it lies in an environment that is far from environmental receptors including sewers, tunnels, vaults, surface water reservoirs etc.

Destruction of soil structure

  • Ensure use of manual labour and hand tools where appropriate.
  • Ensure the contractor takes the shortest time possible.

Soil and Ground Water contamination

  • Regular hydraulic pressure testing of the underground tanks.
  • Non destructive testing, for example, ultrasound testing.

Generation of contaminated waste water and storm water

  • Minimization of volume of storm water generated from vehicle fueling stations and AST containment areas through installation of roofs or other types of covers
  • Implementation of secondary containment procedures that avoid accidental or intentional releases of contaminated containment fluids
  • Segregation of clean drainage and potentially contaminated drainage, treating the latter through oil/water separators. Oil water separators may include baffle type or coalescing plate type. They should be properly designed, operated, and maintained to achieve the desired water treatment results.

Scraps and other debris on site

  • Use of an integrated solid waste management system i.e. through a hierarchy of options
  • Wastes generated as a result of facility decommissioning activities will be characterized in compliance with standard waste management procedures. Disposal locations will be selected by the contractor based on the properties of the particular waste stream.

Health and Safety

  • During construction, increased dust, noise and air pollution levels could impact on health and safety, particularly in the direct impact zone.
  • During the operation of the project health and safety conditions will be linked more on handling of petroleum products. These will be effectively mitigated on through the use of appropriate PPEs at all times and proper handling of the petroleum products.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Kajiado County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/4944776              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1284

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3350

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED KPC LINE1 PIPELINE REPLACEMENT PROJECT BETWEEN MOMBASA AND NAIROBI

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Kenya Pipeline Company Limited) is proposing to construct a new 20-inch pipeline within the existing right of wat (ROW) between Nairobi and Mombasa (a distance of approximately 450 km); construct four new pump stations at Changamwe, Maungu, Mtito Andei, and Sultan Hamud; install two sets of new pumps in each of the above stations; and decomission the exisitng 14-inch pipeline.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Proposed Mitigation Measures

Damage to surficial and sub-surface archeological artifacts

  • Engage an archeologist during the pre-construction and construction phase to monitor top soil stripping and excavation activities and recover any artifacts or fossils uncovered by such activities. The archeologist should also evaluate the construction camp sites for any artifacts.

Impacts on cultural change and conflict

  • Provide cultural awareness training to all EPC contractor staff members in order to respect local cultures where the project is carried out. The training should be provided in a culturally sensitive and ethical manner.
  • Incorporate cultural awareness programs in the EPC contractor’s HSE Plan for the proposed project.

Interference with existing land use patterns and access routes

  • Consult local communities during the trenching exercise to ensure that certain sections of the ROW are not trenched while construction activities continue in other trenched sections to allow cross over access to humans and animals.

Destruction of cultural heritage

  • Retain competent professionals to assist in the identification and protection of cultural heritage and report any chance finds for necessary actions.
  • Create provisions for the management of the accidental discovery of cultural material including burials. In the event that cultural objects are encountered, immediately contact the National Museums of Kenya; if a burial siteis discovered, immediately contact the local community leaders for advice and guidance.

Temporary blockage of fauna to water resources and foraging grounds

  • Allow a crossing of 800m for every 2km of excavated trench to allow human and animals to cross-over the ROW.
  • Accelerate the construction of pipeline in elephant ranges.
  • Consider development of alternative water resources for the animals if the pipeline trench is dug up and will not allow animals to safely cross over the ROW

Pitfalls resulting from trenching

  • Provide a temporary crossing over the trench to enable the small mammals, reptiles and amphibians cross easily before backfilling of soil is done.
  • Consider provision of a ramp to enable trapped animals to get out and monitor trenches for animal rescue at the expense of the Contractor

Potential attacks by wild animals in protected areas

  • KWS to provide security to all construction workers on a full-time basis during the construction of the pipeline within the national parks and other protected areas
  • KWS should restrict movement of construction personnel to the ROW construction workspace areas
  • Construction camp sites should be located outside the protected areas
  • Construction activities should be restricted between 07:00hrs and 18:30hrs within the protected areas
  • KWS/Contractor should sensitize workers within wildlife areas on hazards associated with working within protected areas

Animal movement diversions

  • Construct temporary watering points in areas where the trench and laid pipes would create a temporary barrier.
  • Construction of pipeline should be speeded in parks.
  • Excavation of long trenches should be avoided at the crossings.

Introduction of alien invasive species

  • Fully decontaminate all construction plant and equipment to be used for the project to the approval of relevant authorities. In protected areas such as Parks and Reserves, relevant authorities (such as KWS and KFS) will be involved to ensure decontamination process is satisfactory
  • Import gravel for renovating access roads within ROW from approved borrow pits.
  • KPC will work closely with relevant authorities such as the KWS and KFS if alien invasive species start appearing following completion of the construction phase of the proposed pipeline.

Impacts of poaching in protected areas

  • Screen contractor personnel working within the national parks and other protected areas.Contractor should work within the construction space of the ROW in full compliance of KWS and KFS rules and regulations.
  • KWS and KFS should screen contractor’s construction plant, equipment, containers, etc. KWS and KFS to enhance security surveillance at the cost of the contractor

Contamination of surface water

  • Ensure compliance with L.N. 120 discharge limits for potentially contaminated wastewater.
  • On site refueling will be done by trained personnel using mobile fuel browsers and will be at least 10 meters away from surface water body.
  • Hydrostatic test water should be discharged to the source water at an approved location along the waterway or to an upland area within the same catchment area where it may evaporate or infiltrate. Discharged hydrostatic testing water should be tested to ensure it meets Legal Notice No. 120: Water Quality Regulations, 2006 requirements.
  • The proponent to ensure sufficient emergency shutdown valves in the pipeline is provided at the design stage particularly for river crossings (more than 30m wide).
    • The proponent to regularly monitor the pipeline through the SCADA system and through regular ground and aerial surveillance.
    • The proponent to maintain pipeline integrity through pigging activities.
    • The proponent to develop procedures for monitoring river crossings during flooding
    • The proponent to regularly maintain the ROW.
    • The pipeline to be coated with anti-corrosion coating and be supplemented by cathodic protection.

Disruption of river crossings

  • For water crossings, the contractor should seek the necessary Authority and Permits from WRMA and other lead agencies for construction, damming and diversion of water from rivers.
  • The contractor shall prepare detailed drawings for construction of pipeline water crossings and a method statement for construction.

Soil erosion and sedimentation

  • The contractor to implement soil erosion prevention measures such as covering excavated soil with say plastic sheeting.
  • The contractor should also work with speed in such a way that the excavated soil is reused to cover the trench in the shortest time.
  • Appropriate crossing methods should be applied for river crossings to prevent erosion
  • Preconstruction and construction activities should if feasible take place during dry seasons for areas prone to stormwater and flooding damage

Impacts to groundwater

  • During the construction phase, there will be proper storage and handling of containers and tanks, including storage of containers with hazardous liquids in secondary containment structures;
  • Safety distances will be maintained for liquid transfer, vehicle equipment and washing; 30m to waterbodies, 60m from water supply wells, and 130m from municipal or community water wells;
  • Training of employees on the spill prevention measures will be conducted;
  • Maintenance of emergency spill kits in all service vehicles will be promoted

Construction phase impacts of noise

  • The contractors should comply with the requirements of Kenyan legislation on noise and international guidelines to ensure that noise levels do not exceed limits stipulated in them.
  • The contractor should provide hearing protection equipment to their workers and ensure that a hearing conservation program is implemented if the occupational noise levels exceed those stipulated in Kenyan regulations on noise.
  • The contractor should ensure that construction plant and equipment is properly maintained to prevent excess noise being generated due to improper maintenance of equipment

Disruption of unplanned buried infrastructure

  • KPC should immediately commence a sensitization process for community members along the ROW to formalize any underground utilities to avoid destruction during the construction phase
  • The EPC contractor should endeavor to be compassionate prior to uprooting any “unplanned” utilities and taking precautionary steps to avoid such destruction

Increased HIV/AIDS infection cases

  • The EPC contractor should have an HIV/AIDS Policy in place so that no discrimination takes place at the work site
  • The EPC contractor should have a peer educator program for HIV/AIDS and other wellness programs such as stress and stress management

Employment opportunities

  • The EPC contractor must have a documented HR management system which includes clearly defined recruitment policies of Kenya citizens
  • The EPC contractor should be an equal opportunity employer and must provide the first opportunities for employment to locals living near the construction spreads along the ROW
  • The EPC contractor should engage the provincial administration (DO, Area Chiefs, etc.) in posting vacancies for employment as soon as they arise on provincial administration notice boards.

Impacts on public safety

  • The EPC contractor will be required to comply with the OSHA and its subsidiary legislation as it applies to the proposed pipeline project;
  • The EPC contractor will be required to comply with the Construction
  • HSE Plan developed in this EIA Study;
  • HSE risk assessments will be conducted by the EPC contractor for all construction spreads to ensure that appropriate risk control measures are implemented throughout the construction phase;
  • The EPC contractor will arrange for HSE induction training of all staff working on the proposed project.  Refresher HSE training will be provided continually based on task risk assessments to be performed for all activities to be performed during the construction phase.
  • The EPC contractor will be required to comply with international petroleum industry HSE standards and codes of practice for the design and construction management of the proposed project.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Mombasa County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

KODIA BISIA,

for Director-General,

MR/4730619              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1286

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3351

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED MASTER PLAN FOR GALANA OIL KENYA, MOMBASA ROAD, NEAR ATHI RIVER, MACHAKOS COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Galana Oil (K) Limited) proposes to construct the following infrastructure: service station, LPG pumps/ compressor sheds, truck loading and offloading area, LPG filling plant and immediate storage, lubes store, fire water tank, fire pump house, truck parking facility, control room, gated access, petroleum tanks, office blocks, borehole, and wash rooms on Plot L.R. No. 337/857 Mombasa Road near Athi River, Machakos County.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Environmental Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Geology and soils

  • All quarry sites shall be clearly indicated on the plan and approved by the local authority for use.
  • To prevent erosion all non-built up areas should be landscaped.

Surface water

  • If possible initial construction activities should be undertaken during the dry season to prevent water/soil run-off especially on side slopes.
  • Water should also be diverted away from the project footprint areas through properly constructed drainage channels.
  • Ensure that spills emanating from construction plant and equipment are cleaned immediately before release to the environment.
  • Contractor to adhere to construction HSE management plan during the construction phase.

Air Quality

  • Develop and implement effective measures for minimization of dust followed by rehabilitation in a timely manner.
  • Contractor to ensure that construction plant and equipment is in a good state of repair at all times to prevent adverse exhaust air emissions.

Waste

  • Develop and implement safe procedures for management of nonhazardous and hazardous wastes in accordance with L.N. 121: Waste Management Regulations, 2006.

Noise and vibration

  • Contractor’s plant and equipment should comply as a minimum with requirements of L.N. 25: Noise Prevention and Control Rules, 2005.
  • The power plant will be designed to maintain noise levels at 70dB (A) at the fence line.
  • The Proponent will develop, rollout and implement a written hearing conservation program for those employees that may be exposed to noise environments exceeding 90 dB (A) over an 8-hour time weighted average period or 85 dB (A) continuous noise. This is in accordance with L.N. 25: Noise Prevention and Control Rules 2005.

Creation of employment opportunities

  • Implement where feasible measures to employ local community members.
  • Develop and put into practice strategies to minimize crime, to include effective communication with landowners to inform them about the movement of work teams, and codes of conduct for contractors and employees creation.

Increased risk of disease with influx of workers and opportunity seekers

  • Implement measures to manage expectations about job creation.
  • Develop and implement a HSE program for employees.

Social divisions over limited jobs and perceived preferential access

  • Develop and implement transparent employment and procurement measures which comply with the regulatory framework and maximize local benefits.

Accidents as a result of increased traffic

  • Implement measures to ensure that traffic and road safety hazards are minimized.

Traffic

  • Develop and implement measures to repair regularly used roads to the project site especially the turn-off to the project site.
  • Ensure that contractor vehicles comply with axle load limits.
  • Develop and implement a traffic management plan to take advantage of off-peak hours for delivery of construction materials and abnormal loads.

Health and

Safety

  • Develop and implement contractor safety rules which include the relevant provisions of OSHA, WIBA and their respective subsidiary legislation.
  • Specifically ensure that the construction complies with L.N.40: Building Operations and Work of Engineering Construction Rules, 1984.

Corporate Social Responsibility

  • The proponent with the help of the local administration and local NGOs (such as People to People Tourism) should develop guiding principles for determining how the company selects which causes to support the local community that will contribute to sustainable benefits for the community.
  • The Proponent should also participate in community driven development initiatives, which may involve donation of people’s time, skills and knowledge.
  • The proponent is advised to:
  • Put in place education sponsorship programs
  • Consider constructing a primary school for the local children
  • Support community health workers
  • Liaise with local NGO’s in supporting the local community.
  • One outstanding NGO in the area known as People to People Tourism which advocates for children’s health especially within the local slums.
  • The Proponent is advised to liaise with the organization as well as identify other thematic areas in which they can offer their support to the community.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Machakos County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

ROBERT ORINA,

for Director-General,

MR/4730643              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1287

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3352

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED EXPANSION OF PEKERRA IRRIGATION SCHEME IN MARIGAT DISTRICT, BARINGO COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (National Irrigation Board) is proposing to Expand Pekerra Irrigation Scheme in Marigat District, Baringo County by developing an additional 2,000 ha of irrigated area.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Proposed Miigation Measures

Scars on landscape

  • Before works begins, landowners to sign contracts with the MoR which include terms and conditions of payment, the amount of land to be excavated and rehabilitation measures to be carried out.
  • The area to be excavated should be cordoned off, which tend to be very deep and pose a danger to livestock and children.

Soil erosion

  • Scour checks and gabion mattresses will be introduced in the side drains at specified intervals, depending on the gradient of the slope.
  • Grouted stone pitching and rock fill gabion works will be necessary to protect culvert inlets and outlets and control soil erosion.
  • The specified cut and fill gradients must be adhered to, and the embankments should be planted with shrubs and grasses to reduce erosion of road embankments.
  • Areas that have been cleared of vegetation must be planted after completion of works. Indigenous trees and shrubs should be planted along the project road.

Pits and quarries

  • The gravel pits and quarries will be operated as instructed by the Engineer taking into consideration the safety aspects to avoid accidents and incidents

Blasting rocks

along road reserves

  • It should be done during the day, and residents in the vicinity of the area being blasted should be suitably warned of blasting activities, including the time and date.

Air pollution

  • Dumping the gravel pit area, and occasional spraying with water along the deviation routes or earth along the road section.
  • Slowing the speed of traffic on deviations by using bumps and/ or clearly marked road signs may contribute to reducing dust levels.

Hydrology and

drainage

  • Construction of culverts so that flow in the rivers and streams is unimpeded and improved drainage along the project road through side drains.
  • These may be lined, and may require cascades to break the impact of water flow in them, particularly in sections with gradients greater than 4%.

 

Road safety

  • The area traversed by the proposed road for upgrading has a high traffic it is thus important to observe road safety through use of road signs.

Visual enhancement

  • A well-designed road fits in well with its surrounding because its design reflects the principles of regional landscape design. These principles can and should be applied whether or not the area being considered is one of special physical beauty

Public health

  • A central canteen for the workforce at the construction camp would contribute towards the general good health in the camp as kitchen wastes can be disposed of in an organized manner, while hygiene can be monitored.
  • Workmen should be provided with suitable protective gear.
  • Drainage of quarries and burrow pits to prevent them from impounding water which will act as good breeding places for mosquitoes and other disease causing vectors.
  • Ensuring that there are proper solid and liquid waste collection and disposal facilities.
  • Ensuring that clean, potable, and economical water is supplied to the populace to prevent the outbreak of waterborne diseases.
  • Observing high degree of cleanliness during and after construction of the project.

Rehabilitations

  • Gravel pits must be landscaped and reinstated or back-filled with overburden if the depth of the overburden is sufficient to allow for this.
  • Terracing and replacement of fencing is part of the rehabilitation process.
  • Contractor to plant trees to replace those that have been removed during excavation.

Awareness

  • All the people who live along the road will be alerted of the improvement works.
  • The proponent in collaboration with the District Works Officer (DWO) will be expected to disseminate information regarding the road design and upgrading works progress to all the other stakeholders along the project route

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Baringo County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/4122126              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1288

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3464

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED EASTERN INDUSTRIAL PARK IN NAIROBI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Abacus Property Consultants Limited) is proposing to establish an ultra- modern Industrial Park on LR. No.11552. in Mwihoko estate on the opposite side of River Gatharaini within Nairobi County. These will include heavy and light industries and manufacturing plants, wholesale business and distribution outlets. As the commercial area develops, more segments including banks, shopping centres, retail outlets etc. will then move into the industrial park.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Loss of environmental services

  • Liaise with the Nairobi County’s department of Environment on permission to fell trees Utilize open spaces maximally.
  • Do not remove trees unnecessarily.
  • Replant trees on completion of construction Carry out landscaping of open spaces Conduct landscaping.
  • Participate in tree planting exercises outside whenever there is opportunity.

Soil excavation/ erosion

 

  • Site leveling and excavation works to be planned such that a section is completed and rehabilitated while another section begins.
  • Apply soil erosion control measures such as leveling of the project site to reduce run-off velocity and increase infiltration of storm water into the soil.
  • Construction of soil- galleys on sloppy sections.
  • Excavation material will be reused to level the site otherwise be loaded into trucks and be transported to designated disposal sites.
  • Provide facilities for proper handling and storage of construction materials to reduce the amount of waste caused by damage or exposure to the elements.

Noise pollution and vibration

 

  • The noisy construction works will entirely be planned to be during day time when most of the neighbours will be at work.
  • Trees around the site will provide some buffer against noise propagation.
  • Ensure that all generators and heavy duty equipment are insulated or placed in enclosures to minimize ambient noise levels.
  • Use well maintained machinery.
  • Ensure noise is not made while playing squash Ensure adequate sound proofing of the squash court.
  • Use of hoarding for dust control. Sprinkling of water on dusty surfaces. Adherence with the Building Code, Nairobi County by- laws and EMCA (Noise and Excessive Vibration Pollution Control Regulations and other applicable legislations.
  • Adequate warnings and cautionary safety signs Provision of appropriate personal protective equipment to workers.
  • Use of safe working procedures Creation of safety awareness to workers Adequate job supervision.

Air /dust pollution

  • Ensure strict enforcement of on-site speed limit regulations.
  • Avoid excavation works in extremely dry weathers.
  • Sprinkle water on graded access routes whenever necessary to reduce dust generation by construction vehicles.

Solid and water wastes

  • Design and implement an appropriate landscaping programme to help in re-vegetation of parts of the project area after construction.
  • Reuse of the top soil in landscaping.

Air, land and water pollution and degradation

  • Minimize waste through accurate estimation of the sizes and quantities of materials required, order materials in the sizes and quantities they will be needed, rather than cutting them to size, or having large quantities of residual materials.
  • Provision of suitable facilities for wastewater disposal (such as a conservancy tank).
  • Ensure that the minimum statutory distance between the facilities and the river is always maintained (minimum of 6 metres).
  • Ensure wastes are properly disposed of.

Water pollution

  • Open drains connected to Nairobi County storm water drains will be provided on site.

Security

  • Ensure the general safety and security at all times by providing day and night security guards and adequate lighting within and around the premises.

Occupational health and Safety

  • All workers should be provide with full protective gear like working boots, overalls, helmets goggles, earmuffs, masks and gloves.
  • Construction crew at the site should be sensitised on social issues like drugs, alcohol and other diseases.
  • A fully equipped and professionally managed first aid kit must be provided within the site at all times.
  • The contractor should have workmen’s compensation cover to comply with Work Injury Benefit Act, as well as appropriate Ordinances, Regulations and Union Agreements.
  • Adequate facilities should be provided and standard cleanliness maintained.
  • Food handlers preparing food for the workers should be controlled and monitored to ensure that food is hygienically prepared.

water and electricity management

  • Avoid wasting of water supplied to the site during construction
  • Roof catchments should be provided to harvest rainwater to enhance collection and storage of rainwater.
  • In order to encourage water conservation during operation stages, the proponent should install water conserving taps that turn off automatically when not in use.
  • Provide notices and information signs on means and needs to conserve water resource to awaken civic consciousness regarding water usage and management
  • Incorporate rainwater harvesting in the project design.
  • Water reuse and/or recycling.
  • Installation of water and electricity meters.
  • Consider solar energy harvesting and optimize on natural lighting in the project design.
  • Use of energy efficient machines and appliances.
  • Provision of a standby generator.

Human waste management

  • Provide a suitable toilet for construction workers away from the river.
  • Ensure sewage disposal system is well maintained.

Air pollution

 

  • Use of low sulphur diesel for diesel vehicles and equipment.
  • Proper maintenance of vehicles and machinery.

Fire risks

  • Provision of suitable firefighting equipment Sensitize workers on fire safety.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5021547           National Environment Management Authority


Page: 1290

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3465

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED 140MW OLKARIA V GEOTHERMAL POWER PLANT IN GREATER OLKARIA AREA IN NAIVASHA SUB-COUNTY, NAKURU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Kenya Electricity Generating Company Limited)is proposing to construct a 140Mwe Geothermal Power Plant Greater Olkaria area in Naivasha Sub-County, Nakuru County. proposed project involves the construction of a power plant and associated infrastructure such as the cooling tower, steam gathering system, switchyard and transmission line.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Soil erosion

  • Proper planning of site clearing or disturbance of the natural vegetation.
  • Isolated sites with installations and frequent human presence that require re-vegetation will be surrounded by less palatable native species to act as plant screens and reduce pressure from wildlife foraging.
  • No grey water runoff or uncontrolled discharges from the site/working areas (including wash down areas.
  • Water containing pollutants such as cements, concrete, lime, chemicals and fuels shall be discharged into a conservancy tank for removal from site.
  • Runoff loaded with sediment and other suspended materials from the site/working areas should be prevented from discharging to adjacent watercourses and/or water bodies must be prevented.
  • Potential pollutants of any kind and in any form shall be kept, stored and used in such a manner that any escape can be contained and the water table not endangered.
  • Wash areas shall be placed and constructed in such a manner so as to ensure that the surrounding areas (including groundwater) are not polluted.

Air quality and dust

  • Olkaria is a fragile ecosystem; thus mobile machinery or vehicle maintenance and services should be undertaken away from project site in a yard set aside for this or by an approved garage or service station to prevent any incident of oil and fuel spills that could contaminate soils and possibly ground water quality.
  • Daily monitoring of air quality standards.
  • All construction machinery shall be maintained and serviced in accordance with the manufactures specifications.
  • Workers shall be trained / sensitized on dust minimization techniques and management of air pollution from vehicles and machinery.
  • The removal of vegetation shall be avoided until such time as clearance is required and exposed surfaces shall be revegetated or stabilized as soon as practically possible.
  • Frequent watering of exposed surfaces and piles of soil to prevent airborne dust emissions.
  • Unless inevitable, vehicles shall avoid earth roads susceptible to fugitive dust until dust management routines are done.
  • Incorporate dust/fumes arrestors in the batching plant e.g. use of dust nets.
  • Provision of appropriate protective personal equipment including respirators and aprons.

Noise and vibration

  • Keep machines and vehicles in good working condition as per manufacturer’s instructions.
  • Site and other operational workforce be provided with personal protective equipments (PPEs).
  • Provide signage on high noise levels and adequate notice to any local community to be potentially affected.
  • Daily monitoring of noise levels will need to be made during operation as per current practice.

Solid waste

  • Identifying environmentally acceptable spoil sites for spoil materials and approval by the Resident Engineer.
  • Encourage segregation by providing labelled collection and separation bins.
  • Encourage recycle and reuse measures for some of the spoils generated.
  • Waste disposal should be done by licensed collectors and handlers.

Displacement of persons

  • It is proposed that KenGen in liaison with Kenya Wildlife Service’s establish a site that will be accessible to the traders and the tourists who buy their merchandise, especially within Hells Gate National Park.

Occupation health and safety

  • Ensure compliance with all standards and legally required health and safety regulations.
  • Include standard best practice health and safety provisions in the construction contract. The provisions should include insurance to enable the contractor to pay for any and all treatments required by his workers including those of all subcontractors, together with any subsequent lifelong disability payments.
  • Establish and enforce a strict code of conduct for all project drivers including outside suppliers delivering materials.
  • Implement the specified H&S programme throughout the construction period.
  • Provide fire fighting and first aid kits.
  • Establish an emergency response procedure and display on all work areas. This is likely to require one vehicle on site equipped as an ambulance and a paramedic on site at all times during construction activities.

Insecurity

  • Ensure that the contractor develops staff code of conduct.

Impact on flora

  • Monitor invasive plant species at the project area and uproot unwanted germinating plants.
  • Assess concentration geothermal gaseous effluents such as H2S, SO2, NH3 and CO2 (e.g. by use of automatic sensors) and continually test for any evidence of acid rain.
  • Plant soil-erosion preventing grass species such as Cynodon dactylon, Digitaria abyssinica, Pennisetum clandestinum and Hyparrhenia dregeana at bare sloppy grounds or loose soil dumps.
  • Steam pipe insulations should have a well camouflaged colours that are maintained so that animals don’t perceive pipelines as barriers.
  • Brine flows and ponds should be located close to the source. Distant flow should be transmitted through closed pipes.
  • Rehabilitate disturbed areas along roads, pipelines and abandoned campsites etc by planting native plant species such as Tarconunthus and A. drepanolobium – this should be done as soon as practicable to avoid colonization by invasive and opportunistic pioneer species.
  • Exotic plants species should not be introduced into this area.
  • Create awareness among the local communities on the importance of vegetation cover and discourage them from engaging in charcoal burning.

Impact on fauna

  • KWS and KenGen should monitor wildlife abundance, distribution and movement in relation to this infrastructural development during construction and operation stages to aid in decision making.
  • Erect bumps in wildlife crossing zones.
  • Vehicular disturbances such as hooting should be discouraged accordingly.
  • Incident records (of poaching, accidents and other human wildlife conflicts etc) should be kept by monitoring and taking of corrective measures.
  • Roads feeding into the park area should be maintained as routes for tourist’s activities and wildlife management.
  • Access for earthmoving machines should be regulated.
  • Park rules should be enforced within the park.
  • Brine ponds should be located close to the source. Distant flow should be piped to prevent animal or vegetation contact.
  • At known animal migration corridors pipes should be elevated or buried under the ground surface. Modify pipe loop designs to minimize hindrance to wildlife movement as well as scaring them away. Other design options like pipe burying, wider loops or concave ones should be explored for habitat suitability and to ensure big game can still move along their routine corridors and routes.

 

  • Limiting vegetation clearing to construction areas.
  • Preparation of a landscape planting plan for the entire project area. Planting plan to be comprised of 75% indigenous species and to be rid of any invasive species.
  • Re-vegetation should target 2 million trees annually until the area is fully re-vegetated.
  • All embankments to be vegetated or stone pitched to prevent soil erosion.
  • Planting a vegetation screen along the steam pipes to reduce visual intrusion across the landscape.
  • Lighting to be switched off when not required.
  • Lighting of temporary working areas and site compounds during periods of darkness to be minimised where possible.
  • Prepare a proper post construction planting plan.

Brine disposal

  • Brine ponds should be sited close to the source.
  • Brine re-injection through re-injection wells into underground reservoir.
  • Chemical composition and parameters of the brine should be routinely monitored.

Accidental spillage resulting in contamination of chemicals and soil

  • Spill and drip trays used during servicing of machinery.
  • Response plans for accidental spills to be formulated and routinely tested.
  • Bunded storage areas and secondary containment for oil and chemicals.
  • Use of an oil interceptor in the plant.

Oil/hazardous pollution

  • Hazardous materials shall not be stored within 2 kilometres of the top water level of public water supply reservoirs.
  • Hazardous materials shall be stored above flood level.
  • Areas for the storage of fuel and othe flammable materials shall comply with standard fire safety regulations.
  • Chemicals and fuel shall be stored in storage tanks within a secure compound. All chemicals and fuels shall be stored in accordance with manufacturer's instructions.
  • Storage areas or secondary containment shall be constructed of waterproof reinforced concrete or approved equivalent, which is not adversely affected by contact with chemicals captured within them.
  • The minimum volume for secondary containment shall be 110% of the capacity of the largest tank system, plus 10% of the total capacity of all other separate tanks and containers within the bund wall with closed valves for controlled draining during rains.
  • Pipe-work carrying product from the tank to facilities outside the containment shall be provided with secondary containment; Tank equipment such as dispensing hoses, valves, meters, pumps, and gauges shall be located within the containment or provided with own containment.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nakuru County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/4766535              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1292

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3466

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED REHABILITATION AND AUGMENTATION OF HOMA BAY SEWERAGE TREATMENT SYSTEM IN HOMA BAY COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project Phase II) proposes to set up a Rehabilitation and Augmentation Sewerage Treatment System in Homa Bay County.

The whole process shall dwell on rehabilitation and augmentation measures for the existing Waste water treatment system which comprises of rehabilitation and augmentation of preliminary treatment unit for screening and grit removal, construction of anaerobic ponds, rehabilitation and augmentation of the existing settling tanks and maturation ponds.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Soil and water contamination

  • Plan emergency response measures in case of accidental oil spills.
  • Regular servicing and maintenance of construction equipments to avoid oil spills.
  • At the end of construction works, level off the soils and facilitate vegetation regeneration.
  • Ensure protection of the local ecosystem by ensuring liquid and hazardous wastes do not find their way into storm drains.
  • Ensure proper maintenance of drainage system like regular cleaning to ensure smooth flow of the storm water and avoid blockages and overflows especially during rainy seasons.

Odour, dust and noise pollution

  • Ensure proper operation and maintenance practices of the waste stabilization ponds.
  • Provide protective clothing like helmets, dust masks and hardy gumboots to the construction crew.
  • Maintain vehicles and construction machinery in good working condition in order to minimize gas emissions and noise.
  • The contractor to regulate night time construction when noise is loudest.
  • Construction sites and transportation routes to be water-sprayed on dry and windy days up to three times a day, especially if these sites are near sensitive receptors, such as residential areas.

Solid waste and liquid waste generation

  • Unusable construction waste, such as damaged pipes, formwork and other construction material, must be disposed off at an approved dumpsite or sold to willing buyers for salvage value.
  • Arrangements should be made for the regular collection of litter and for its disposal.
  • Proper solid waste receptacles and storage should be placed at strategic points especially to dispose packaging material from food stuff consumed by employees at lunch time.

Public health and safety

Sensitize workers and the surrounding community on awareness, prevention and management of HIV/ AIDS through staff training, awareness campaigns, multimedia, and workshops or during community 


Page: 1293

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3467

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF A SEWERAGE SYSTEM  IN BOMET TOWNSHIP, BOMET COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project II) is proposing to construct a sewarage System in zones 111(Proposed industrial), 110(proposed hide and skin), 61(proposed site for works) and zone 19(proposed slaughter house), in Bomet Township, Bomet County.

The treatment ponds have been designed to treat 1,469m3/day mainly to be generated in Chepngaina Sub-location which forms Bomet Township. Two trains have been designed each with six ponds (A1, F1, M1, M2, M3 and M4) with each train capable of treating 734.5m3/day. Due to the problem in identifying for land for Waste Stabilization Ponds, only one train with capacity to treat 734.5m3/day with associated structures has been considered.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Proposed Mitigation Measures

Open trenches hazardous to individuals

 

  • Backfilling trenches as soon as works are completed.
  • Warning signs at both deep and shallow trenches.
  • Provide protection rails when constructing sections of the deep trenches.
  • Dumping of collapsed pipes and surplus excavated material (eyesore).

Noise pollution

 

  • Ensure regular servicing of equipment and machinery.
  • Enforce workers discipline on site.
  • Programme work to take minimum time.
  • Construction works to be done during day time.
  • Heavy constructing machinery to be enclosed.
  • Use equipments that have low noise emissions.
  • Use equipment fitted with noise reduction devices such as mufflers.
  • Operate noise generating equipment during regular working hours so as to reduce the potential of producing noise during night hours.
  • Heavy equipment should be transported early morning with proper pilotage.
  • Construction workers operating equipment that generates noise greater than 80 dB should be equipped with noise protection devices and their use enforced.

Soil erosion

 

  • Water channels to be regularly maintained and repaired to avoid point discharge in case of breakage and or blockage.
  • Source building materials from known sustainable sites to minimize extraction impacts.
  • Ensure that any compacted areas are ripped to reduce run off.

Soil, water and groundwater contamination

 

  • Construct oil- water interceptors to capture discharge of oils, fuels and other polluting liquids.
  • Ensure proper handling of lubricants, fuels and solvents while maintaining the equipment.
  • Control surface runoff by temporarily berming the outlet of the significant storm water features to provide some detention behind the berms.

Solid waste generation

 

  • The bins at both the campsite and construction sites should be emptied regularly to prevent overfilling Bins should be strategically placed within the campsite and construction sites. They should also be covered to prevent access by vermin and minimize odour.
  • Use of cleaner technologies / generation to minimize on generation of solid wastes. Solid wastes to be recycled, reused and utilized in an environmentally acceptable manner.
  • A waste management plan to be developed to handle temporary storage, transport and disposal of hazardous waste. Segregation of wastes before disposal.

Dust emission

 

  • Use of appropriate PPE by construction workers
  • Sensitize the employees on sound environmental management.
  • Use dust nets at high level of the building.
  • Provide appropriate enclose for concrete mixers.

Occupational Safety Concerns

 

  • Hiring of competent staff to perform works.
  • Follow proper work guidelines.
  • Provide insurance to the workers.
  • There should be presence of fully equipped first aid kit at site.
  • To have emergency preparedness plans in place.

Pollution of river Nyagores by unsatisfactory

treated waste water

  • Regular inspection of the system to ensure performance is maintained at high levels.
  • Blockages should be detected and promptly replaced.
  • Regular monitoring and sampling of the waste water at influx and effluent points as well as in the receiving water bodies.
  • Creation of an artificial wetland along the boundary between River Nyangores and the stabilization ponds.

Occupational Health and safety

 

  • Provide appropriate training and regular on occupational health and safety.
  • Provide appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) to workers and any visitors including First Aid facilities for staff as per the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 2007.
  • Develop and implement a detailed and site specific Emergency Response Plans.

Sludge waste from the ponds

 

  •  Tapping 100% of gases generated from the facility, this will be tapped in the sludge digesters, the gases of which are responsible for the foul smell associated by with wastewater treatment system.
  • Maintain high standards of hygiene within the system.
  • The sludge wastes should be promptly removed from site and disposed appropriately in a designated landfill.
  • Contract a NEMA certified waste collection firm to collect sludge waste for central disposal point.
  • Construction of storm water drainage system; and Construction of offsite pit for handling of sludge.
  • Ensure only NEMA licensed company exhausts the sludge from the waste water treatment plant.
  • Ensure that once exhausted the sewage is disposed at a NEMA licensed facility for sewage management and disposal.

Effluent handling

 

  • The system must be designed and adequately sized to be able to treat all the effluent generated from the Bomet Township to the required standards.
  • Proper servicing of machineries on site according to manufactures details, proper liquid waste collection system should be provided on site, stabilizing lagoons could be constructed to hold waste water before releasing into the river.
  • Management to apply for a license to discharge effluent to environment.
  • Employees to be trained on the operation and maintenance of whatever effluent treatment system that will be put in place.
  • Any pipes leakages and bursts in the system to be promptly fixed.
  • Local ground water to be monitored periodically by sampling and testing water from borehole in the neighbourhood every three months to check whether there are any traces of effluent finding their way to ground water aquifers.
  • Periodic Sampling of two strategic points within River Nyangore.
  • Treated effluent to be periodically analysed (every three months) to ensure BOD is maintained at 30mg/l or less and COD at 50mg/l or less.

Water usage

 

  • Approximate volumes of water to be required during construction of the project to be computed in order to put in place mechanisms of reliable supply.
  • Approximate volumes of water to be required per project in a specified time period to be computed in order to put in place mechanisms of reliable supply.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Bomet County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/4944930              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1295

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3468

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED WOLFENBERG INTERNATIONAL SERVICE STATION ON LAND PARCEL  NOS. KISUMU/BUOYE/ 5304 AT BUOYE ON THE KISUMU-AHERO ROAD IN KISUMU EAST DISTRICT, KISUMU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Wolfenberg International Limited) is proposing to construct and operate a Service Station on land parcel Nos. Kisumu/Buoye/5304 at Buoye on the Kisumu-Ahero road in Kisumu east district, Kisumu County

The project activities will include; Underground storage tanks (USTs), steel storage and dispensers, offices, stores, shops and toilets, tyre sales and repair centre, generator and control rooms; a canopy covering all facilities, service bay and an oil water interceptor.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Contamination of surface water

  • Monitor the quality of waste water annually. Comply with water quality regulations of 2006.
  • Pre-treatment of waste water through an oil/water separator (OWS).
  • Provision of spill response kits for timely and effective management of large scale fuel spills.

Solid waste management

  • Contracting a NEMA licensed company for waste collection and onward disposal at relevant landfills.
  • Segregate waste at source.

Accidents related to fire hazards)

  • Purchase of fire fighting equipment and contracting a Fire Services Company for regular maintenance of equipment.
  • Display safety warning ‘’ no smoking , no naked flame.

Occupational health and safety

  • Purchase of PPE e.g. goggles, helmets, masks, hand gloves, ear muffs, safety boots, overalls for protection against body contact with petroleum products etc.
  • Construction crew at the site shall be sensitized on social issues such as alcohol and diseases. Construction crew at the site shall be sensitized on social issues such as alcohol and diseases.
  • Carrying out annual EHS audits in order to maintain environmental and staff safety standards.

Sanitation

  • Drainage of all stagnant water.
  • Provide sanitary facilities for construction workers.
  • No burning of any chemical and plastic containers.
  • Adequate sanitary facilities shall be provided and standard cleanliness provided.

Traffic hazards

  • Provide ample entry and exit points.
  • Contractor to plan traffic to avoid movement during human movement peak hours.

Offensive odours

  • Ensuring that underground bulk petroleum storage tanks covers are properly sealed.

Loss of biodiversity

  • Landscaping unpaved areas with appropriate vegetation species (preferably indigenous species) Light compaction of the site.
  • Plant grass on unpaved storm water ways.

Oil spillage

  • The layout design should clearly demarcate drainage and segregate contamination free water and potentially containment water.
  • Design to include installation of isolation valves at appropriate locations. Emergency disaster preparedness on spills should be developed and implemented.
  • Directing away spills from the tank farm towards the nearest corner next to the tanks.
  • Adequate capacity drainage lines, interceptor.
  • Properly constructed fuel off-loading areas with containment connected to the drainage leading to the OWS.
  • Checking all cylinders coming into the facility for any defects.
  • Elimination/control of leakage due to rapture of storage tanks arising from mechanical puncture, corrosion etc.
  • Elimination/control of leakage due to rapture of piping arising from mechanical rapture, corrosion, pressure build-up, loose connections, etc.

Sewage

  • The station will have a septic tank and soak pit.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Kisumu County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

SALOME MACHUA,

for Director-General,

MR/4766570              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1296

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3469

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF A NEW KENCHIC PROCESSING PLANT THIKA, KIAMBU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Kenchic Limited) is proposing to construct a chicken processing plant on plot LR. NO. 1428/2 along Garissa road in Ngoliba Thika, Kiambu County.

The processing plant will be divided in to the following sections; Receiving yard, Slaughtering and processing house, blast  freezers, Cold stores, Sales area, Water treatment plant, Staff canteen and kitchen, Water storage tanks, Maintenance and workshop, Rendering plant, Waste storage area, Wastewater treatment system, Staff quarters;

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Hydrology and water supply quality degradation

  • Hazardous substance control and emergency response plan that will include preparation for quick and safe clean up of accidental spill.
  • Formulate Hazardous materials handling procedures to reduce the potentials for spill during construction.
  • Identification of areas where refueling and vehicle maintenance activities and storage of hazardous materials, if any, shall be permitted.
  • Construction of a standard septic tank where all sanitary waste will be directed.
  • During operation phase waste water containing chicken blood may find their way in the river. The proponent will ensure that the water treatment plant to be constructed will be functional all the time. Water analysis will be conducted quarterly every year once the plant becomes operational.  

Dust and exhaust emission

  • Strict enforcement of on-site speed limit regulations.
  • Sprinkle water on graded access routes when necessary to reduce dust generation by construction vehicles.
  • Personal protective equipment like dust masks to be provided.
  • Alternatively fueled construction equipment shall be used where feasible; equipment shall be properly tuned and maintained.
  • Proper maintenance practices of the waste stabilization pond.
  • During operation fugitive emissions from leaks in the refrigeration system are possible sources of NH3 emissions. However this source is expected to be minimal. Refrigeration system will be inspected weekly to detect and repair any leakage.

Food safety impacts

 

  • Maintain good housekeeping and high level of hygiene.
  • Employ veterinary a full time doctors to test chickens before and after they have been slaughtered.
  • Comply with veterinary regulation concerning poultry processing.
  • Workers working in the plant will be required to maintain high level of personal hygiene.

Biological hazards

 

  • Providing workers with PPE that is appropriate for the activity (e.g. protective clothing, gloves and masks) for workers in intestine  and stomach cleaning operations.
  • Ensuring physical segregation of work and welfare facilities to maintain worker personal hygiene.
  • Designing holding areas for detained chicken and high-risk materials to avoid direct contact with workers and ensuring that all waste materials, including those from rejected chicken are removed daily.
  • Control movement of chicken to avoid spreading diseases.

Noise pollution and vibration

  • Sensitize construction vehicle drivers, machinery operators to switch off vehicle or machinery not being used.
  • Ensure that construction machinery is kept in good condition to reduce noise generation.
  • Plant trees around the site to provide some buffer against noise propagation.
  • Construction works shall entirely be planned to be during day time when most of the neighbors shall be away at work.
  • All machinery will be maintained and serviced to reduce pollution.
  • During operation there is high likely hood of noise coming from the chicken the proponent will plant trees around the chicken house to act as buffer against noise.

Incidents, accidents and dangerous occurrences

  • Ensure that provisions for reporting incidents and dangerous occurrences during construction phase and operational phase using prescribed forms obtainable from DOSHS are in place.
  • Enforcing adherences to safety procedures and preparing contingency plan for accidental response in addition to safety education and training shall be emphasized.
  • Ensure that the premises are insured as per statutory requirements(Third party and workman’s compensation).
  • Develop efficient, clean, well-lit and adequate sanitary conveniences for construction workers.

Solid waste generation

  • Use of an integrated solid waste management system i.e. recover, recycle and reuse.
  • Through accurate estimation of the sizes and qualities of materials required, order materials in the sizes and qualities they will be needed, rather than cutting them to size or having large quantity residual materials.
  • Ensure that damaged or wasted construction materials are recovered for refurbishing and use in other projects.
  • Donate or sell recyclables /reusable or residual materials to local community groups, institutions, and individual local residents or home owners.
  • Provide facilities for proper handling and storage of construction materials to reduce the amount of waste caused by damage or exposure.
  • Use building materials that have minimal or no packaging to avoid the generation of excessive packaging waste.
  • Reuse packaging materials such as cartons, cement bags, empty metals and plastic containers to reduce waste at the site.
  • Dispose waste more responsibly by dumping at designated dumping sites or landfills only.
  • Waste collection bins to be provided at designated points on the site.
  • Running educational campaigns amongst residents, e.g. through use of posters, to encourage reuse or recycling of the solid waste.

Increased storm water, runoff and soil erosion

  • Roof water to be harvested and stored to be used for cleaning proposes.
  • A storm water management plan that minimizes impervious area infiltration by use of recharge areas and use of detention and /or retention with graduated outlet control structure shall be designed.
  • Application of soil erosion control measures such as leveling of the project site reduce run-off velocity and increase infiltration of storm water into the soil.
  • Ensure those construction vehicles are restricted to existing roads to avoid soil compaction within and around the project site.

Generation of wastewater

  • Provision of means for handling sewerage generated by construction workers (there are toilets connected to septic tanks on the site).
  • Conduct regular checks for sewage pipe blockages or damages since vices can lead to release of the effluent into the land water bodies.
  • Construct a waste water treatment plant where waste water will be treated before it is released to the environment.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Kiambu County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5021531              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1297

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3470

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED FERTILIZER MANUFACTURING PLANT ON PLOT L.R. NO.  NO. BLOCK 6/11, NAKURU MUNICIPALITY, NAKURU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Fertiplant East Africa Limited) proposes to construct a factory for the granulation process of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium (NPK) fertilizer.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measures

Haphazard storage of building materials.

  • Provide pathways
  • Reduce heaps of materials from project site
  • Keep materials in open where they can be spotted quickly

Injuries caused by heavy materials fall

  • Ensure cranes are well maintained.
  • Pulleys to be greased.
  • The rope and table be strong and safe.
  • Platforms should be constructed strongly and avoid their surfaces being slippery.
  • Load reduction to size/weight manageable
  • Train workers on ergonomic principles of managing heavy loads.

Traffic accidents

  • Signboards should be in large letters and be noticeable.
  • Provision should be made of good points of vehicle turning in the construction site.
  • Only trained and skilful and licensed drivers should be engaged in driving vehicles carrying materials to the site.
  • Drunkardness be forbidden to all drivers.
  • All vehicles be maintained.
  • First aid facilities be availed in the site of construction.

Fire outbreaks

  • The construction site should have fire fighting equipment including:-

-      fire hydrant

-      fire extinguishers

-      hose reel

-      sand buckets

  • Where possible the management to have their own engine or be able to quickly access MCN engine in case of fire outbreaks.
  • All workers be trained on the skills to fight fire out breaks.
  • Fire drills be conducted.

Falling walls, columns, beams and slabs

  • All specialized works to be carried out by skilled people and supervised by senior technical staff.
  • Allow good period (21days) of curing for slabs.

Accidents

  • Train workers on ergonomic principles of heavy physical work. Maintain a natural drainage system as much as possible or reconstruct the site to create the same.
  • Maintain the drainage system impervious and self-flowing.
  • Where open yards are not cemented grass should be planted to absorb rainwater.
  • Sharps to be handled by skilled workers.
  • Sharps not to be positioned on pathways.
  • Sharps be positioned at distances to allow work space.

Paint vapours

  • Keep containers containing these substances tightly all the time.
  • Use of masks during finishing operations
  • Skilled people to handle these substances.
  • Avoid cigarette smoking

Solid waste generation  

  • Provision and use of solid waste container
  • Collection, transportation and disposal of the wastes
  • Carry out solid waste segregation to reduce the bulk of waste disposed off.
  • Determine stages of more waste generation and institute control measures.
  • Determine hazardous wastes to be given more attention for storage and collection i.e. more frequency of collection.

Open spaces on upper floors.

  • Educate workers on the risks involved on the upper floors construction. eH\Edu

Falling heavy objects

  • Avoid storing heavy material on the upper floors and along the stairs.

Weak/slippery ladders

  • Educate workers on the use of ladders.
  • Maintenance of ladders.

Scarfolding

  • Regular check ups and Maintenance

Dust emission

  • Use of water sprays to suppress dust.

Extreme weather

  • Use of warm clothing for cold climate
  • Use of light clothing for hot climate.

Oil and paints spillages

  • Scoop all the spilled oils and paints.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nakuru County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/4766615              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1298

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3471

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF A SERVICE STATION, ON PLOT LR NO 29C IN MATILIKU OFF EMALI – MATILIKU ROAD, MAKUENI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Kingsent Petroleum Kenya Limited) is proposing to construct a Service Station on land parcel No 29C Matiliku off Emali – Matiliku Road, Makueni County

The design will involve a steel canopy, ribbed concrete finish under the steel canopy, one pump isles, four underground fuel tanks (5000liters diesel tank, 5000liters kerosene, 2x5000liters super petrol), sanitary facilities for both genders, septic tank, a store, station manager and sales office section, compressor and generator section and underground drained system.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Noise and vibrations

  • Barricading the area (erecting a boundary wall.
  • Construction activities to be conducted during the day.
  • Provision of appropriate Personal Protective equipment to protect workers from occupational noise.
  • Regular maintenance of plants and equipment.
  • Shutting down of engine vehicles when not in use to reduce on noise levels.
  • Conducting of noise measurements from different positions within and outside the workplace to establish prevailing noise levels and recommending appropriate mitigation measures.

Air pollution

  • Use of dump method to mitigate on dust by sprinkling water on areas to be excavated.
  • Soil compaction.

Pressure on existing infrastructure

  • Erection of warning and informative signs. i.e. notices, bill boards at the site during the construction phase and traffic control along the connecting road. 

Solid and liquid waste

  • Proper designing of drainage channels and regular maintenance of the same.

Contamination of the ground with oil and grease substances

  • Maintenance should be carried out at designated service bays to avoid contamination of environment by resultant oil and greases.

Oil leaks and spills

  • Regular inspection of underground tanks for leakages.
  • Construction of a three pit oil interceptor tanks to separate oil from sludge.
  • Double walling of underground tanks to guard against leaks.
  • Protecting the underground tanks with corrosion prevention materials.
  • Prioritizing the upgrade of equipment and installation of existing facilities of a network after a defined age.
  • Careful siting of the project to ensure that it lies in an environment that is far from environmental receptors including sewers, tunnels, vaults, surface water reservoirs etc.

Destruction of soil structure

  • Ensure use of manual labour and hand tools where appropriate.
  • Ensure the contractor takes the shortest time possible.

Soil and ground water contamination

  • Regular hydraulic pressure testing of the underground tanks.
  • Non destructive testing, for example, ultrasound testing.

Generation of contaminated waste water and storm water

  • Minimization of volume of storm water generated from vehicle fueling stations and AST containment areas through installation of roofs or other types of covers.
  • Implementation of secondary containment procedures that avoid accidental or intentional releases of contaminated containment fluids.
  • Segregation of clean drainage and potentially contaminated drainage, treating the latter through oil/water separators. Oil water separators may include baffle type or coalescing plate type. They should be properly designed, operated, and maintained to achieve the desired water treatment results.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Makueni County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5021532              National Environment Management Authority.

 

 

 

 


Page: 1299

AZETTE NOTICE NO. 3472

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED GATES OF PEARL CEMETERY, MEMORIAL PARK AND COMMERCIAL CENTRE ON PLOT L.R. NO. 10701 IN KINUNGI, NYANDARUA COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Eastern Rift Sawmills Limited) proposes to develop a private run cemetery on plot L.R. No. 10701 situated in Kinungi, Nyandarua County.

The project will comprise a crematorium, restaurant, commercial centre and a memorial park on a 63 acre site that is bordered by the Nairobi-Nakuru Highway, to the north, the Kikuyu Escarpment Forest to the Southeast, and a mushroom farm to the west.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Anticipated Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Fall Hazards

  • Provide safety harnesses and scaffolding

Falling objects

  • Provide helmets.

Dust

  • Water the groundbefore and during excavation.

Noise

  • Use of ear protectors by workers.
  • Recondition engine exhaust systems.
  • Engine tune-up.
  • Establish inspection program for equipment.

Emissions

  • Use of respirators  by workers.
  • Recondition engine exhaust systems.
  • Engine tune-up.
  • Establish inspection program for equipment.

Sanitation

  • Provide temporary sanitary facilities.

Wastewater and sewage discharge

  • Discharge to Septic tanks.

Storage and handling of hazardous materials

  • Obtain material safety data sheets for all hazardous materials and products handled at the site.
  • Obtain personal protective equipment for the workers responsible for handling hazardous materials.
  • Train the workers on safe handling procedures.

Waste oil contamination

  • Provide labelled containers for waste oil.

Disposal of waste oil

 

  • Identify a licensed contractor to recycle oil.
  • Appoint a licensed contractor to collect waste oil.
  • Adhere to spill control procedures when handling waste oil.

Spill control

  • Obtain spill control kit.
  • Train staff on spill control.

Emergency response

 

  • Keep a record of the public emergency service telephone  umbers including:
  • Police.
  • Fire brigade.
  • Ambulance services.
  • Document an emergency response procedure.
  • Train staff on emergency response.

Regulatory compliance

  • Refer to relevant policy, legal and administrative framework and comply.

Environmental

Audits

  • To be carried out against the environmental management plan and the mitigation plan in this report.

Fire protection

  • Ensure fire fighting equipment are inspected semi-annually.

Disposal of solid waste

  • Appoint a licensed waste transporter

Noise

  • Restrict construction activities to day time.
  • Noise level Measurements.

Soil erosion

  • Site landscaping and planting of tree belts to prevent soil erosion and to reduce wind velocity.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nyandarua County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/4766859           National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1300

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3473

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(NO. 8 OF 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED LPG STORAGEAND BOTTLING FACILITY ON PLOT L.R. KISUMU/KOGONY/4813 IN WINAM DIVISION, KISUMU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Green Energy Limited) proposes to construct an LPG Bulk Storage and Filling Plant for the storage of cooking gas and filling cylinders located in Bandani Sub-Location, Kisumu Town Location, Winam Division, Kisumu East District, Kisumu County.

The design will involve installation of one aboveground 60 Metric Ton Capacity tank,off-loading and loading pumps and compressors, LPG cylinder filling, a 100,000L horizontal diesel tank, paving of all driveways, installation of one 80-tonne platform weighbridge, office block, a genset house, fire fighting system, a borehole,  LPG tank containment, appropriate drainage channels and lines and access road.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Noise pollution

  • Noise reduction/ hearing protection devices when working with noisy equipment.
  • Use serviceable equipment with low noise emission.
  • Instruct truck and machinery operators to avoid raving of engine.

Air pollution (dust, fuel emissions)

  • Control speed of construction vehicles;
  • Prohibit idling of vehicles.
  • Water shall be sprayed during the construction phase on excavated areas to reduce dust emission.
  • Regular maintenance of plant and equipment.
  • Provision of dust masks for use while working- in dusty conditions.
  • Use of serviceable vehicles and machinery to avoid excessive smoke emission.

Solid waste Management

 

 

 

  • Provide solid waste collection facility for the temporary storage of waste prior to disposal.
  • The storage yards should be provided with solid waste disposal facilities such as waste bins/chutes.
  • Excavation activities to be done preferably during the dry season to avoid soil erosion.

Soil Erosion

 

 

  • Soils excavated for the construction of the LPG facility shall be disposed offsite or used for backfilling where possible.
  • Soils shall not be left exposed to wind/water for long.
  • Existing vegetation shall be minimally disturbed during the construction.
  • Reduction of soil erosion and safeguard biodiversity protection.

Gasleak/fire

 

 

 

 

 

  • Re-plant degraded areas with local species to improve ground cover.
  • Install Mounded LPG Tanks and include the use of fireproof electrical installations at the facility.
  • Install adequate fire fighting installations and provision for adequate water storage.
  • Provide emergency stop switch around the facility will be done at appropriate locations to facilitate the cutting off of power in case of emergency.
  • Installation of Gas Detectors.
  • Provide a "First Aid Box", with proper equipment with proper training of Depot staff on how to administer first aid.
  • Address the depot fire prevention and control capacity.
  • Install Fire alarms, smoke detectors, etc. for fire warning and prevention in addition to other fire control equipment besides the fire extinguishers and sand buckets - so as to strengthen the fire control capacity.
  • Staff training and regular drills on fire prevention and control will be encouraged to ensure proper preparedness for fire control in the depot.
  • The fire control equipment will be regularly serviced after installation to ensure efficient performance when required.

Ground contamination

  • Maintenance should be carried out at designated service bays to avoid contamination of environment by resultant oil and greases.

Site area and groundwater pollution

 

 

 

 

 

  • No domestic or any other hazardous waste is disposed of at the project area.
  • Ensure that machinery and used oil from vehicles is not released to the ground through the provision of mode of collection and appropriate disposal.
  • Clear instruction to machine and vehicle servicing personnel on this provision to be made available.
  • Construct a drainage system within and around the depot site leading to an interceptor.
  • Carry out regular drainage and interceptor maintenance including cleaning the interceptors of rubbish to avoid clogging and overflow.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Kisumu County

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/4766863              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1301

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3474

MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS LIMITED

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

TAKE NOTICE that Jonathan Wainaina Mungai confirms the loss of share certificate No. 04731 issued by Mboi-Kamiti Farmers Limited and issued in his favour.

Dated the 14th May, 2014.

G. N. THIONG’O,

MR/4766680               Advocate for Jonathan Wainaina Mungai.


Page: 1301

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3475

RIDGEMONT MANAGEMENT LIMITED

CLOSURE OF PRIVATE ROAD AND FOOTPATH

NOTICE is given that all private roads and footpaths of L.R. 3777/470 situated North East of Naivasha County owned by Ridgemount Management Limited will be closed to the public for a period of twenty four (24) hours on 30th May, 2014 to midnight Saturday 31st May, 2014. During this period all pedestrians will be prohibited from using the said private roads.

Dated the 23rd April, 2014.

KAPLAN AND STRATTON,

MR/4766706                         for Ridgement Management Limited.

 


Page: 1301

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3476

KANYUA AUTO GARAGE

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

NOTICE is issued pursuant to the provisions of the Disposal of Uncollected Goods Act (Cap. 38) of the laws of Kenya, to Fredrick Mutua Mbuvi, of P.O. Box 22321–00400, Nairobi as owner of the motor vehicle reg. No. KAG 290S IVECO, to take delivery and remove the said motor vehicle from the garage of Messrs. Francis Otieno T/A Kanyua Auto Garage situated in Nairobi, within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice, upon payment of all outstanding storage charges, interest and incidental cost including the cost of publishing this notice, failure to which the motor vehicle will be sold either by public auction or by private treaty and the proceeds of the sale shall be defrayed against any outstanding storage charges and the balance, if any, shall remain at the owners credit but should there be a short fall, the owner shall be liable thereof.

Dated the 5th December, 2013.

KULECHO & COMPANY,

MR/4766569                         Advocates for Kanyua Auto Garage.


Page: 1301

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3477

FOUR RUNNERS AUTO TECH LIMITED

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

NOTICE is issued pursuant to the provisions of the Disposal of Uncollected Goods Act (Cap. 38) of the laws of Kenya, to the owner of motor vehicle reg. No. KBT 323T (Toyota Prado) to collect the same from the premises of Four Runners Auto Tech Limited, Industrial Area yard, of P.O. Box 20856, Nairobi, upon payment of respective repair charges within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice, failure to which the said motor vehicle will be disposed of without further reference to the owner in order to defray the storage charges and other related charges in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

Dated the 5th May, 2014.

KITHEKA & COMPANY,

MR/4944717           Advocates for the Creditor


Page: 1301

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3478

WILCOGO GARAGE

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

NOTICE is issued pursuant to the provisions of the Disposal of Uncollected Goods Act (Cap. 38) of the laws of Kenya, to the owner (s) of Mitsubishi Pajero Station Wagon motor vehicle reg. No. KAZ 729M which was left at Wilcogo Garage, situated along Rabai Road, Buruburu Phase 1, Nairobi after it had been brought for repairs in 2002. Despite concerted efforts to have the owner (s) remove the said motor vehicle from the garage, no action or response whatsoever has been received to date. Notice is hereby given that the said motor vehicle will be disposed by either public auction or private treaty without any further reference to the owner (s).

Dated the 15th May, 2014.

CHRISPINE OCHIENG,

C/o Wilcogo Garage.

MR/4766702


Page: 1301

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3479

SAMTEC COMPUTER SERVICES LIMITED

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

NOTICE is issued pursuant to the provision of the Disposal of Uncollected Goods  Act ( Cap 38) of the Laws of Kenya, to George Ajode, of P.O. Box 7261–00200, Nairobi to the owner of Motor vehicle reg. No. KAJ 842Y Mitsubishi Lancer, which is lying in our premises at Nairobi to take delivery of the same within fourteen (14) days from the date of publication of this notice upon payment of storage charges and any other related expenses failure to which the said goods will be sold either by public auction or private treaty without further reference.

SIMON C. NJUGUNA,

MR/4766720           Samtec Computer Services Ltd


Page: 1302

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3481

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 30375–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 161–11568 in the name and on the life of Lydiah Akumu Otieno.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to British American Insurance Company (K) Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

J. K. MITEI,

MR/4944704                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1302

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3480

AUTOFINE LIMITED

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

NOTICE is issued pursuant to the provision of the Disposal of Uncollected Goods  Act ( Cap 38) of the Laws of Kenya, to Erick Mwangi Mungai, of P.O. Box 33790–00600, Nairobi the owner of Motor vehicle reg. No. KBD 659D Volkswagen Polo, which is lying in the premises of Autofine Limited, off Lunga Lunga Road, Industrial Area, Nairobi to take delivery of the same within fourteen (14) days from the date of publication of this notice upon payment of repair cost and any other related expenses failure to which the said good will be sold either by public auction or private treaty without further notice and proceeds shall be defrayed against all accrued charges without any further reference to him.

JACINTA KANYUA,

MR/4730902           Autofine Limited


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3482

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 30375–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 1823454 in the name and on the life of Zakayo Cheruiyot Kipkonga Sogomo.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to British American Insurance Company (K) Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 8th May, 2014.

J. K. MITEI,

MR/4944704           Underwriting Manager, Life


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3483

CORPORATE INSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 34172, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. CL/20/16221 in the name and on the life of Stephen Juma Ongoro.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 12th May, 2014.

JOAN NJUKI,

MR/4766664                                                       Life Department.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3484

MADISON INSURANCE

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. LT 3258573 in the name of Marende William, of P.O. Box 54493–00200, Nairobi.

NOTICE is given that evidence of loss or destruction of the above policy documents has been submitted to the company and any person in possession of the policy documents or claiming to have interest therein should be communicated within thirty days (30) by registered post with the company, failing any such communication certified copies of the policies which shall be the sole evidence of the contracts will be issued.

Dated the 7th May, 2014.

JOSEPHAT K. MUTHWII,

MR/4766568           Underwriting Manager, Life Business


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3485

MADISON INSURANCE

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. LS 3268447 in the name of Kirianki Julius, of P.O. Box 42–60300, Isiolo.

NOTICE is given that evidence of loss or destruction of the above policy documents has been submitted to the company and any person in possession of the policy documents or claiming to have interest therein should be communicated within thirty days (30) by registered post with the company, failing any such communication certified copies of the policies which shall be the sole evidence of the contracts will be issued.

Dated the 7th May, 2014.

JOSEPHAT K. MUTHWII,

MR/4766568                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3486

UAP LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 23842–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. MP01000 in the name of Alex Mungai Rurii.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 6th May, 2014.

EDWARD KARANI,

MR/4766637           Policy Administrator


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3487

UAP LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 23842–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. MP00478 in the name of Mahesh Visram Gohil.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 18th April, 2014.

EDWARD KARANI,

MR/4766637                                                Policy Administrator.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3488

OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 30059–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 6004981 & 6004982 in the name of Ann Wanjiku Mburu.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 25th April, 2014.

DAVID KOIGI,

MR/4944708           Officer, Claims


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3489

OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 30059–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 37007961 in the name of Nicholas Otienoh Oguge.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 25th April, 2014.

DAVID KOIGI,

MR/4944708           Officer, Claims.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3490

OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 30059–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 37005250 in the name of Makwa Medical Clinic.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 25th April, 2014.

DAVID KOIGI,

MR/4944708           Officer, Claims


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3491

OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(INCORPORATED IN KENYA)

HEAD OFFICE: P.O. BOX 30059–00100, NAIROBI

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 37020350 in the name of George Njuguna Mugo .

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 25th April, 2014.

DAVID KOIGI,

MR/4944708           Officer, Claims


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3492

APOLLO LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. N/14845 in the name of Zachary Byron Aoko Asyago, of P.O. Box 75347–00200, Nairobi.

NOTICE is given that evidence of loss or destruction of the above policy documents has been submitted to the company and any person in possession of the policy documents or claiming to have interest therein should be communicated within thirty days (30) by registered post with the company, failing any such communication certified copies of the policies which shall be the sole evidence of the contracts will be issued.

Dated the 28th April, 2014.

JANE WATIKI,

MR/4766507         Head of Underwriting & Claims, Life Business.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3493

CHANGE OF NAME

Notice is given that by a deed poll dated 19th August, 2013, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Mombasa as presentation No. 329, in volume B13, Folio 1074/7552, file No. 637, by our client, Margaret Wairimu, of P.O Box 90778, Mombasa in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Margaret Wairimu Warue, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Margaret Wairimu Warue and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Margaret Wairimu for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address her by her assumed name Margaret Wairimu only.

MURAYA & WACHIRA,

Advocates for Margaret Wairimu,

MR/4766557           formerly known as Margaret Wairimu Warue


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3494

CHANGE OF NAME

Notice is given that by a deed poll dated 4th March, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as presentation No. 2846, in volume D1, Folio 65/1022, file No. MMXIV, by my client, Ekal Onesmus, of P.O Box 278, Gatundu in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Kapua Onesmus Ekal, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Kapua Onesmus Ekal and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Ekal Onesmus, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address him by his assumed name Ekal Onesmus only.

LEONARD K. RONO,

MR/4766575                                     Advocate for Ekal Onesmus,

formerly known as Kapua Onesmus Ekal.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3495

CHANGE OF NAME

Notice is given that by a deed poll dated 7th March, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as presentation No. 624, in volume D1, Folio 71/1105, file No. MMXIV, by our client, Peter Wangai Kariuki, of P.O Box 10027–00400, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Peter Kamau Kariuki, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Peter Kamau Kariuki and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Peter Wangai Kariuki, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address him by his assumed name Peter Wangai Kariuki only.

YUNIS MOHAMED & COMPANY,

MR/4766565                        Advocates for Peter Wangai Kariuki,

formerly known as Peter Kamau Kariuki


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