Nandi County chief officers take oath of office

The County service delivery team is now full according to Governor Sang
The County service delivery team is now full according to Governor Sang

A total of eighteen chief officers were sworn-in to different slots in the County Public Service in Nandi. The ceremony which was held at the Governor’s office in Kapsabet was led by the Nandi County legal team and Nandi residents were also in attendance. Speaking after the swearing-in, Nandi Governor Stephen Sang said the team is competent and that he has absolute confidence in them that the team. He urged them to deliver and work diligently for the County residents.

He said his team is now complete, together with CECs and other County officials, and that now duties will be accomplished smoothly. The Chief officers are Feisal Mohamed in the Finance docket, Felix Kipchumba Sambu in the Economic Planning docket, Lelei Wilson Kispsigei in the Industrialization and Enterprise Development docket.

Dr. Rose Jepleting Serem will preside over the Trade and investment office, Dr. Benadatte Jeptoo Tiony will head the Agriculture office, Meshack Kipkorir Malakwen will be in charge of Cooperative Development. Solomon Kipkosgei Mang’ira will be in charge of Lands, Environment, and Natural Resources, Jonah Kipruto Biwott will be in charge of Transport and Infrastructure, Dr. Paul Kipng’etich Lagat will head the Medical Services docket, Sally Jerugut Kemboi will be in charge of Preventive and Promotive Health.

Beatrice Nancy Chemurgor will be in charge of Tourism and Culture. Kennedy Cheruiyot Tanui will head the Sports docket, Daniel Kibet Sang will be in charge of Education, Research and Vocational Training, Philip Towett Kipsang will be in charge of Social Welfare. The Youth Affairs and Arts docket will be lead by Nelson Ligaga, the ICT and E-Government docket will be led by Misoi Jonathan, Administration and decentralized units will be under Scholastica Tuwei, while Grace Chepchirchir will take charge of Public Service Management.