Kwale residents warned against tribal politics

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Kwale county residents have been asked to focus on development issues and shun egocentric leaders spreading conflict-ridden politics across the county. Addressing the people in Kinango town after the official opening of a twin workshop and groundbreaking of a hostel project at Kinango Vocational Training Centre, Kwale Governor H.E. Salim Mvurya warned that some of … Read more

Kwale Ready For Investors

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Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya and his Deputy Fatuma Achani have encouraged investors to put tent in Kwale, saying the county has conducive environment for investment.    Their call comes after the two toured Kentaste, a factory based at Ukunda in Msambweni Sub County that manufactures coconut products for export to the United States, Middle East … Read more

State of the County Address – Kwale

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Kwale Governor H.E Salim Mvurya delivered his much-awaited State of the County address at the County Assembly on Tuesday afternoon, speaking on matters including the commitment of his government to transform Kwale into a competitive, industrialized and socio-economically sustaining and secure county. Governor Mvurya stated that Kwale county’s success in development has been realized through … Read more

Base Titanium, KWS Relocate Invading Buffaloes


Kwale-based Australian mining company Base Titanium has partnered with the Kenya Wildlife Service to relocate straying buffaloes from Gogoni forest in Kinondo to Tsavo East National Park. The buffaloes have been invading neighboring farms bordering the mine site in Magaoni area for a long period of time threatening community members. According to the company’s Community … Read more

PPMC Team Meet Mvurya


Kwale Governor H.E Salim Mvurya on Monday, 20 July met the Permanent Presidential Music Commission (PPMC) team who paid him a courtesy call in his office at the new county headquarters.  The team led by State House Director of Brand Strategy and Events Thomas Kwaka aka Big Ted and PPMC Director Dr. Donald Otoyo briefed … Read more