Governor Mutula Kilonzo Jnr on Tuesday witnessed the swearing-in of Emali-Sultan Hamud municipality board members, the second municipality in the county besides Wote.
Mutula who spearheaded establishment of the municipality after taking office in August last year termed Emali as the county’s biggest revenue earner from its strategic location along the Nairobi-Mombasa highway and the gateway to Tanzania through the Loitokitok border.
He said his administration is working on promoting Emali as Makueni’s economic hub while Wote town remains as the administrative capital. The municipality has already been approved for Kenya Urban Support Program (KUSP) to improve basic infrastructure.
The board members are:
1. Anne Nduku Muthusi
2. Charles Mutua Musau
3. Dominic Mbevi Matheka
4. Arch. Stanley Mwania Kyalo
5. Anderson Masila Matheka
6. Mary Nduku Muthama
7. Dr. Sonnia Nzilani Musyoka (CEC- Lands and Urban Planning)
8. Jackson Charo Daudi (Chief Officer Lands and Urban Planning)