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The Technical Director, Pottermark Enterprise representing Lion Laboratories of UK, Mr. Kipkirui Langat explains the features of a Breathalyzer to Cabinet Secretary, Eng. Michael Kamau. Lion Laboratories of UK donated two Breathalyzers to the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) to boost the ongoing efforts to curb drunk-driving in the country. Eng. Kamau announced that NTSA has procured sixteen (16) more breathalyzers bringing to twenty two (22) the number that will be deployed in several major towns in the country.  Present were the Principal Secretary for Transport, Mr. Nduva Muli and the NTSA Chairman, Hon. Lee Kinyanjui.

CS, Eng. Michael Kamau retrieves a print-out from the reader when he received two Breathalyzers donated by Lion Laboratories of UK through their local representative, Pottermark Enterprises. Looking on are the Principal Secretary for Transport, Mr. Nduva Muli, the NTSA Chairman, Hon. Lee Kinyanjui, Acting Director General, NTSA, Mr. Isaac Kamau and Pottermark Enterprises Technical Director, Mr. Kipkirui Langat.

Two types of Breathalyzers (Alcometres) that has been donated to the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) by the Lion Laboratories of UK. The breathalyzers were received by the CS, Eng. Michael Kamau.

CS, Eng. Michael Kamau hands over a speed camera to  the Chairman of the National Transport and Safety Authority Hon. Lee Kinyanjui shortly after taking delivery of five (5) speed cameras from Dalbit Petroleum Ltd.The company donated the speed cameras worth Ksh 6.3 million to NTSA. Eng. kamau announced that  another company, DL Group Ltd has donated five (5) breathalyzers to NTSA. Hon. Kinyanjui said that NTSA appreciates any support it can get from people of goodwill in its work to curb  road carnage on the roads. Both Eng. Kamau and Hon. Kinyanjui commended the media for supporting the ongoing road safety campaigns.

CS, Eng. Michael Kamau receives Five (5) Speed cameras from Dalbit Petroleum Ltd Group Corporate Director, Margaret Mbaka. Dalbit Petroleum Ltd donated the equipment to the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) for use by the traffic police to monitor speed on highways. Ms. Mbaka said that Dalbit Petroleum decided to support the Ministry to curb road traffic crashes after realizing the efforts to improve safety on Kenyan roads is an undertaking that cannot be left to the public sector alone. Looking on is the NTSA Chairman, Hon. Lee Kinyanjui.

CS, Eng. Michael Kamau addresses the press when he received five (5) speed cameras worth Ksh 6.3 million donated by Dalbit Petroleum Ltd to the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA). Eng. Kamau thanked Dalbit Petroleum Ltd for the donation, which he said will go a long way to improve safety on the roads. Present were the NTSA Chairman, Hon. Lee Kinyanjui and Dalbit Petroleum, Group Corporate Director, Margaret Mbaka.

National Transport and Safety Authority Director General, Mr Francis Meja, explains how a breathalyzer works to Mr Joseph Ole Lenku, the Cabinet Secretary - Interior and Co-ordination of National Government, during a recent Rapid Results Initiative event in Nairobi.

CS, Eng. Michael Kamau displays a sample of new look vehicle number plate to the media during a familiarization tour of  Kamiti Maximum Prison's number plate making workshops. Eng. Kamau announce that the new generation high-tech number plates in regular and personalized format will be introduced within the year.

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  • Drunk Driving Awareness Campaign with the use of breathalyzers to be rolled out to various parts of the country during this festive season
  • "Safety First" campaigns to be conducted   across the country

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