Bigvai

Bigvai

(bĭg`vāī, bĭgvā`ī), in the Bible. 1 Signer of the covenant. 2 Name of a family in the return.
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County executive for Youth, Gender, Sports and Social services Bigvai Mwailemi acknowledged the fund might have been misused.
Taita Taveta chief executive, Bigvai Mwailemi echoed Ntutu's sentiments.
We are very grateful to our Taita Hills field assistants, namely Peter Mwasi, Peter Alama, Oliver Mwakio, Bigvai Karingo, Greshon Kisombe and Rensone Dio, who helped in surveys.
The department led by its CEC Bigvai Mwailemi organised an innovation challenge where the winners were awarded Sh500 000 for their projects.
We believe and are committed to ensuring that the construction of the new stadium gets underway as soon as possible so that when completed, we can request to host some international matches and tournaments to benefit our people economically, said county sports executive Bigvai Mwailemi.Mwailemi urged young people to consider the importance of sports so that they could raise their talent saying the Taita Taveta county government would do whatever it could to help young people raise their talent skills by assisting them with training kits and other material support.