Nandi Governor Stephen Sang on Thursday led the County in an end year prayer meeting officiated by the Catholic church. Addressing the County staff and the public at the meeting held at the sports house ground, Governor Sang revealed that when he took over office, he had vowed to commence the leadership journey with God and agreed to work together with all the churches, adding that they’ve experienced challenges through the year, “Throughout the year we’ve gone through challenges and happy moments and despite all circumstances, we thank God,” he said.
He outlined that during his tenure as Governor, tremendous improvements have been experienced in sectors like health and agriculture in the County and that he’ll focus on taking his transformational agenda to the next level in 2019.
He also issued appointment letters to newly employed health workers in various fields including clinical officers, nurses, those considered for internship in various department doctors and newly recruited Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) teachers, and all are expected to start reporting to work in January 2019.
Governor Sang and other County officials also visited the Kapsabet County Referral Hospital to extend festive season wishes to patients and congratulated the mothers of new-born babies.