Nandi County Chief Executive Committee Members have taken oath of office in a swearing in ceremony held at the County head quarters in Kapsabet.
The eight nominees for various dockets include; Health and Sanitation Ruth Koech, Agriculture and Cooperative Development Dr. Bernard Kiplimo Lagat, Administration and E-government Isaiah Keter, Finance and Economic Planning Hillary Serem, Lands, Physical Planning, Housing, Environment, Water, Natural Resources and Climate Change Dr. Philemon Bureti, Trade, Tourism, Industrialization and Enterprise Development Alfred Keter, Transport, Public Works and Infrastructure Eng. Drice Rono and Education, Sports, Youth Affairs, Culture and Heritage Scolastica Tuwei respectively.
Speaking during the event, Nandi Governor Stephen Sang appreciated the CECs for their nominations to serve in different capacities wishing them well as they officially take up their roles urging them to work hard by ensuring service delivery to the public.
He asked them to make good budgets in their various departments so that all the developmental programs are brought on board citing that during his first tenure, they were still learning and could make budgets which could not sustain the projects.
He has put them to task to either deliver to the public or go home affirming that his administration won’t relent until services are brought closer to the people.
“We are determined as Nandi County government to deliver our transformational agenda promises especially now that the team has been identified.” Sang said.
On the other hand, Deputy Governor Dr. Yulita Cheruiyot affirmed that the team that has been sworn in is very competent thus have great hopes for service delivery.
The CECs promised to work around the globe to ensure service delivery a priority to the people of Nandi thanking the Governor for having believed in them to serve in different capacities.
“We won’t take for granted this opportunity to serve in your administration. We assure you that we will deliver our best to the people of Nandi.” They assured
Nandi County Administration under the leadership of Governor Stephen Sang had ten CECs during the first tenure which was reduced to only eight during his second term of service.