Yummy? CS Macharia savours sausages made from jiko fuelled by human waste

Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia [Photo: Kipsang Joseph, Standard]

Transport Cabinet Secretary James Macharia and Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui had the privilege to taste sausages prepared on a ‘jiko’ fuelled by briquettes made from human waste.

This was during the World Habitat Day celebrations at Nawascoal briquettes plants in Kaloleni, Nakuru County, on Monday.

The initiative by the County Government of Nakuru Water and Sanitation Company (Nawasco) and development partners makes briquettes from human waste with kilogramme retailing at Sh39.

This is relatively cheaper compared to ordinary charcoal which sells at Sh70 per kilo.

[Photo: Kipsang Joseph, Standard]
CS James Macharia (Center),Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui (left) at Nawascoal briquettes plant [Photo: Kipsang Joseph, Standard]
[Photo: Kipsang Joseph, Standard]
[Photo: Kipsang Joseph, Standard]
[Photo: Kipsang Joseph, Standard]
[Photo: Kipsang Joseph, Standard]


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