The donation included 109 bags of maize, 24 packs of vegetable oil, and 150 packs of Uji mix flour to alleviate the food stress faced by the residents. The donation was worth one million Kenyan shillings to residents of Lochwaa, Lokichar ward.
During the distribution event in Lochwaa yesterday, Deputy Governor Dr. John Erus expressed his gratitude to KCB and its branch manager, Christine Lochodo, for their support in addressing food security and relief in the county. He also briefed the residents on Governor Lomorukai’s nine-point agenda and how it aims to tackle challenges such as food security, peace-building, conflict resolution, and education revitalization through bursaries.
The First Lady, Lilian Ekamais, also thanked the residents of Lochwaa for their support during the election period and commended KCB for their donation. She further addressed the issue of conflict resolution between neighbouring communities
CECM Patrick Losike thanked KCB for their support and assured the residents of Governor Lomorukai’s commitment to delivering services effectively.
KCB’s Lodwar Branch manager, Christine Lochodo, reiterated the bank’s commitment to supporting the county government in addressing food security challenges and delivering relief support. She encouraged the residents to apply for student scholarships and highlighted the benefits of having a KCB bank account.
They were accompanied by Chief of staff, Peter Yoromoe, and the Member of County Assembly, Samwel Lomodo, among others.