The tarmacking of roads in Ol Kalou town will be complete by June next year, officials have said. Construction of the roads began late last year and was anticipated to take two years. Ol Kalou is the headquarters of Nyandarua county. The four-kilometre project is being undertaken by Don Woods Construction Company. Works manager Chris Wamugunda on Tuesday said most of the work, including formation, building sleeves and laying of culverts, was complete.
Police in Ol Kalou are unable to explain how six computers, two laptops and other equipment were stolen in the Nyandarua county commissioner's compound. Area OCPD Wilson Kosgei said burglars broke into three offices using crowbars and made away with the items. He said the Social Services ministry lost one computer and two laptops, while the National Land Commission lost two computers. The suspects stole three computers an a cooker with its burner from the Agriculture office.
An eight-month-old baby who was reportedly found abandoned in Ol Kalou last week was reunited with her mother on Wednesday. It later emerged that the baby was stolen by the two people who 'found' her last Friday. The suspects, Mary Wacuka and her boyfriend Danson Machira, told police in Ol Kalou that they found the baby near a railway at Kiyuu area. The baby was taken to J.M. Memorial Hospital as police sought for her parents.
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