Nandi Governor Stephen Sang has dropped three of his Chief Executive Committee Members (CECs) and retained five in a move to restructuring his cabinet to assist him in his second term service.
In a letter released by the office of the County Secretary, Sang appointed three new CECs including the former Chief Officer of Education Scolastica Tuwei as the new CEC for Education and Vocational Training docket, Former Chemase/Chemelil Ward MCA Hillary Serem to head the Finance docket and Kapsabet Municipal Deputy Manager Isaiah Keter as the CEC appointee for Public Service and ICT respectively.
The Governor retained five of his CECs who served with him during the first term. Ruth Koech was retained as the CEC for Health and Sanitation docket, Solomon Bureti as the CEC for Lands, Kiplimo Bernard Lagat for Agriculture and Cooperatives Development, Drice Rono for Roads and Infrastructure and Alfred Keter formerly Finance CEC to head Trade and Investment docket.
Those who were dropped include; the former CEC Education Grace Sugut, Elly Kurgat formerly the CEC Sports, Culture and Youths.
The Governor will be unveiling the list of the Chief Officers who will work with the CECs to help him in his transformational agenda in the second term of his service to the electorates.