Governor Stephen Sang has issued a stern warning to the newly appointed Chief Officers and heads of departments over laxity and poor service deliveries saying he will not tolerate that.
Speaking during the swearing in ceremony of a County Executive Member of Gender, youth and social welfare Rose Angira, the County Attorney Amos Magut and Ten Chief Officers of various dockets, Sang cited that during his first tenure in leadership as Governor he didn’t sack any Top official as he was very much lenient but in his second term, he won’t tolerate any laxity and poor services to the people of Nandi
Angira was the immediate Senior Principal of our lady of peace Muhoroni high school and will be adding the number of CEC’s to Ten from Nine that appointed earlier.
The Ten newly sworn-in Chief Officers to serve in various dockets includes:Fredrick Kiptum of health and sanitation, Caroline Chemurgor of Tourism, Caroline Jepchirchir of Cooperative developent, Priscah Jepchirchir of Finance, Benjamin Kiprotich of Trade, Joseph Kipchumba of Education and Stephen Misoi of ICT.
Others are forme rMCA’s David Koech aka Babu of Transport and Infrastructure and Paul Sanga of Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries respectively.
Sang’ tasked the newly appointed Top Officials to deliver services to the people adding that he won’t tolerate any laxity at all.