500 homesteads of Lurambi village and 1500 students from Lurambi Primary School based in Shieywe ward, Lurambi sub-county in Kakamega county have benefited from a water project courtesy of Mozzart Bet company.
The cooperate social responsibility project was targeted at ensuring that the homesteads access water easily after realizing that the water points are kilometers away from the residents.
The project has been constructed at a cost of 2.1 million shillings and it includes a borehole and sixteen solar panels for pumping the water to various points at the school.
Speaking during the official handing over of the project to the villagers, Mozzart Bet company marketing manager Frank Ochieng revealed that this was the second project to be completed after a similar one was handed over in Homabay county last week.
According to him, the company intends to build 100 similar projects across the country, 3 each month. He called upon the residents to guard the project for it to keep on benefitting them.
The company’s manager Sasha Krnetta revealed that 50 million shillings have been set aside by the company as a way of giving back to the society and they are working towards adding the amount. He assured that the company will soon start supporting schools in terms of infrastructure.
Residents highly welcomed the project confessing of lacking clean water for domestic use for years. Residents will freely benefit from the project.